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The Diary – True/False Quiz

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

This is a quiz about the I Talk You Talk Press graded reader The Diary. The pass mark is 80%. Good luck! Click the button below to start the quiz.

Get the green light

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English idiom “to get the green light“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Oliver: Have you started that new marketing project yet? Ella: I’m going to start today. I just got the green light from the boss this morning. Does it mean: a) get permission to do something … Continue reading Get the green light

Make (someone’s) day

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to make (someone’s) day“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Michelle: Did you enjoy your birthday? Kate: Yes. My sister brought her kids to see me. That really made my day! Does it mean: a) enjoy a birthday b) make someone feel happy c) plan someone’s … Continue reading Make (someone’s) day

Play with fire

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to play with fire“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Kate: I’ve decided to take a loan from that loan company which advertises on TV. Dean: I think you are playing with fire. That company has a terrible reputation. Does it mean: a) make a fire … Continue reading Play with fire

Go off the rails

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to go off the rails“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Helen: What happened to your son? I heard he got arrested last week. Gary: Yes, he did. He went off the rails a few years ago and we’ve been having trouble with him ever since. … Continue reading Go off the rails

Rolling in it!

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to be rolling in it“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Mike: How are your new neigbours? Ian: It looks like they are rolling in it. I was talking to them yesterday, and they said they have a yacht in Monaco! Does it mean: a) rolling … Continue reading Rolling in it!

Get off on the wrong foot

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to get off on the wrong foot“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Sachiko: How was your first day at work? Takako: Not good. The boss and I got off on the wrong foot. There was a disagreement about my working hours. Does it mean: a) … Continue reading Get off on the wrong foot

Fight like cat and dog

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to fight like cat and dog“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Karen: How are Dave and Angela? Is their marriage going well? Lisa: They are fine. They fight like cat and dog, but they love each other really. Does it mean: a) enjoy watching cats … Continue reading Fight like cat and dog

Go back on (one’s) word

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to go back on (one’s) word“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Rob: The boss promised to pay me more money this year, but when I asked him about it last week, he said he’s decided not to do it. Fran: He’s like that. He always … Continue reading Go back on (one’s) word

Have (one’s) hands full

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to have (one’s) hands full“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Jack: Are you going to the party tomorrow? Emma: I’m afraid I can’t. I have my hands full at work at the moment. Does it mean: a) to carry many things b) to hold something … Continue reading Have (one’s) hands full
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