Test d anglais B1 – A study of coin idiomsCommentaires fermés sur Test d anglais B1 – A study of coin idioms
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There are lots of expressions in English with the word coin..
Match them to the definitions below:
1 the other side of the coin
2 to coin in
3 to be two sides of the same coin
4 to pay someone back in their own coin
5 on the toss of a coin
__ to earn a lot of money
__ to be very closely related although they seem different
__ to treat someone in the same bad way that they have treated you
__ a different and usually opposite idea about a situation
__ decided by choosing heads or tails on a coin and flipping it to see which side comes out on top
Rewrite these sentences using the idioms above:
e.g. The expression ‘yuppie’ was created in New York in the 80s. > The expression ‘yuppie’
was coined in New York in the 80s.
1 Their business is doing very well and they’re making a lot of money.
2 I don’t know why you are both arguing. From my point of view, you are basically saying the same thing.
3 This is a risky time to buy shares, but you could also see it as a great opportunity to buy some cheap stock.
4 They decided who should do the washing-up by choosing heads or tails.
5 Keith never helps me when things go wrong, so when he asked me to fix his PC, I said no.
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