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    Please help me how to use these proverbs, idiomatic expressions and phrasal verbs in a sentence.

    1. bad workers always blame their tools
    2. a jack-of-all trades is a master of none
    3. too many cooks spoil the broth
    4. all work and no play make Jack a dull boy
    5. many hands make light work


    1. work one's tail off
    2. a dead-end job
    3. it's a living
    4. back to the grind
    5. to be given walking papers

    Phrasal verbs

    1. step down
    2. get ahead
    3. take over
    4. fill in for
    5. pitch in

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    Re: Idioms

    How about you trying first, then we'll add comments?

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