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Down in the dumps

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to be down in the dumps“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Peter: How did your son feel when his football team lost the match? Ted: He was down in the dumps for a few days, but he’s OK now. Does it mean: a) in an … Continue reading Down in the dumps

Behind closed doors

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “behind closed doors“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Wendy: Did you go to the meeting yesterday? Catherine: No. No one from my office did. It was held behind closed doors. Does it mean: a) in a small office b) in public c) with the door … Continue reading Behind closed doors

Around the clock

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “around the clock“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Ian: How are things at your company? Evelyn: Tough. We are working around the clock to get a big project finished. Does it mean: a) all day and all night b) sitting around a clock c) behind … Continue reading Around the clock

In tears

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to be in tears“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Sally: How did everyone react when they heard they were losing their jobs? Neil: Most of them were in tears. It was a big shock for everyone. Does it mean: a) angry b) shouting c) crying … Continue reading In tears

Neck and neck

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to be neck and neck“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Karl: Who leads your industry? Bruce: Our two rivals are neck and neck. We are just behind. Does it mean: a) fighting b) level c) at the front d) large The answer is below! ↓ … Continue reading Neck and neck

Beg to differ

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “beg to differ“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Tina: I think we should spend more money on this housing project. Rita: I beg to differ. We have spent enough already. Does it mean: a) disagree b) agree c) ask for money d) get angry The … Continue reading Beg to differ

Bemused

by italkyoutalk / 2ヶ月

Do you know the English adjective “bemused“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Annette: How did everyone react to Tony’s presentation? Frank: When he finished, everyone gave him a bemused look. No one knew what he was talking about. Does it mean: a) irritated b) amused c) terrified d) confused The answer … Continue reading Bemused

Get sidetracked

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to get sidetracked“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Amy: How was the meeting? Nathan: It was going OK until the boss got sidetracked by the sales figures for last year. Does it mean: a) get angry b) do two things at once c) become amused … Continue reading Get sidetracked

When one door closes….

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Can you complete this English expression? It means that after something has finished or failed, a new opportunity will come. When one door closes… a) a window opens b) another one closes c) it should be locked d) another opens The answer is below!↓   Answer: d) another opens When one door closes, another opens. … Continue reading When one door closes….

Come down with (something)

by italkyoutalk / 3ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to come down with (something)”? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Lisa: How is Dave? Mike: Not so good. He has come down with a cold. Does it mean: a) to die b) to be hospitalized c) to take medicine for something d) to become ill … Continue reading Come down with (something)