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    idioms

    Hello my name is Daniel i,m 13 years old and i live in the Netherlands our main assignment is to use forums to exercise our English and to get answers on our other assignment this is to find idioms.
    We had 40 questions i found 36 and 4 questions are a big problem.
    Can somebody help me

    idiom have a great time. it has to fit in the sentence to...your...down.
    idiom to live close to him. it has to fit in the sentence to be from his....of..... .....
    idiom to be really upset abouth something. it has to fit in the sentence
    to....your..... ......
    idiom to keep someone active or busy.it has to fit in the sentence to keep someone .....his......

    So i am not asking for someone to do my homework but help me with my English.

    Thank you very much

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    Re: idioms

    Well, daniel, you managed to get round the system this time. Please don't do it again.

    From the Forum Guidelines:

    Please only post a question once- if you post it several times, it can be confusing with people answering in the different threads.

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    Re: idioms

    Sorry i can understand this is confusing,it is my first time on this forum so i have to find my way.

    Greetings Daniel

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    Re: idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by daniel123 View Post
    Hello my name is Daniel i,m 13 years old and i live in the Netherlands our main assignment is to use forums to exercise our English and to get answers on our other assignment this is to find idioms.
    We had 40 questions i found 36 and 4 questions are a big problem.
    Can somebody help me

    idiom have a great time. it has to fit in the sentence to...your...down.
    idiom to live close to him. it has to fit in the sentence to be from his....of..... .....
    idiom to be really upset abouth something. it has to fit in the sentence
    to....your..... ......
    idiom to keep someone active or busy.it has to fit in the sentence to keep someone .....his......

    So i am not asking for someone to do my homework but help me with my English.

    Thank you very much
    I am not a teacher.

    I think that "upset" one is a little off. I can see "get your dander up" and "get your back up", but those things are done to us. I don't get my back up, something upsetting gets my back/dander up.

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