Test d anglais B1 – expressions with ‘book’

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Ce flash test d anglais correspond à un niveau B1+

Match these expressions to the explanations below:Test d anglais

1 cook the books
2 in someone’s bad (or good) books
3 on the books
4 take a leaf out of someone’s book
5 read someone like a book
6 by the book
7 judge a book by the cover

__ contained in a list of members, employees, or clients
__ to do false accounting
__ to imitate someone in a particular way
__ to make a decision about what something is like just by looking at it
__ strictly according to the rules
__ in disfavour (or favour) with someone
__ to be able to know someone’s thoughts from his or her body language or other behaviour


Complete these sentences with the expressions above:

1 “I’m bored with my job.” “Well, __________________________ and take a year off. I did it and
returned completely energised.”
2 Our son is a great footballer. Manchester United already have him _____________________.
3 This has to be done correctly, so please do everything _______________________________.
4 I gave him the wrong information and now I’m ____________________________________.
5 I can’t believe these figures, I think someone has ___________________________________.
6 Harry is lying to me. I can _____________________________________________________.
7 “He looks a bit strange.” “Don’t ________________________________, he’s a really nice guy.”


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Olivier Haquet
Olivier est le dirigeant et fondateur d'ADomLingua, société spécialisée dans le domaine des langues. Groupe fondé il y a 10 ans avec une orientation résolument qualitative et une offre en formation linguistique de plus en plus variée. Avant tout entrepreneur et de culture internationale, Olivier a, après un début de carrière aux USA , eté associé à différents projets et startups.

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