Test d anglais B1 – A study of agricultural idiomsCommentaires fermés sur Test d anglais B1 – A study of agricultural idioms
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There are lots of expressions connected to agriculture and farming in English. What do you think these mean?
1 milk someone or something
2 the funny farm
3 reap what one sows
4 sort the wheat from the chaff
5 farm something out
6 pastures new
7 till the cows come home
8 crop up
Match the expressions to these definitions:
__ to get as much as you can from someone or something
__ to appear or occur unexpectedly
__ a psychiatric hospital
__ to receive according to what you give or do
__ to distinguish valuable people or things from worthless ones
__ for an indefinitely long time
__ to subcontract work to others
__ a new job, opportunity, etc.
React to these statements using the idioms above:
e.g. Don’t behave like that, people will think you are mad. > No one’s sending me to the funny farm.
1 He can wait forever, I’m not going to change my mind.
2 We will see who our top employees are during this difficult project.
3 Mary studied a lot when she was young and now she has a great job.
4 We’ve got too much work, we need to subcontract some of it.
5 Budget airlines get as much as they can from their passengers by charging for absolutely
6 We are selling our house and heading to Australia for a fresh start.
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