Test d anglais B1 – A study of horse idiomsCommentaires fermés sur Test d anglais B1 – A study of horse idioms
Ce flash test d anglais correspond à un niveau B1+
There are lots of expressions related to horses in English.
Match the idioms to these definitions:
1 a dark horse
2 back the wrong horse
3 flog a dead horse
4 hold one’s horses
5 horses for courses
6 straight from the horse’s mouth
___ directly from an authoritative source
___ used to tell someone to stop and consider carefully their decision or opinion about something
___ used to say certain people are better suited to some tasks than others because everyone has different skills
___ waste effort on something when there is no chance of succeeding
___ someone whose abilities are little known to others
___ support a person or thing that fails
Complete these sentences with the correct form of the phrasal verbs:
1 “How do you know it is true?” “Ian told me himself. It came ________________________.
2 David’s the best presenter we have, so he should do it. It’s a case of _________________.
3 I didn’t expect Maria to win the competition – she’s a real ______________________.
4 Chelsea spent millions to get the manager and now they’ve fired him after eight months in charge – they really ____________________________________.
5 “Can I send this brochure to the printers?” “No, ___________________________. The boss has to approve it first.”
6 John is trying to sell me his car, but he’s _____________________________. I’ve just ordered one from the dealer.
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