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English Expressions, Intermediate level

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How to take these tests?

In this test you will see 10 sentences which contain an expression or idiom.

What time do you get up in the morning?

There are 4 answers (definitions) for each expression:

(a) leave home
(b) start for work
(c) finish off sleep
(d) get out of bed

Only one answer (definition) is correct.
You should click on the correct entry and then on «check your score».


What time do you get out of bed in the morning?

The expression get up and the definition get out of bed mean the same.
That's why answer (d) — get out of bed is correct.

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