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Idioms - Multiple Choice

An idiom is a fixed phrase used by native speakers, for example, like father like son.

Choose the correct interpretation of these idioms

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Rise to the occasion

They are thick as thieves

Yesterday, John got into hot water.

My father put his foot down

They are birds of a feather

Bite the bullet

Now you must face the music

He is a dark horse

As the crow flies

It is all at sixes and sevens

With flying colours

To be caught red-handed

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