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What are fog machines? #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 13, 2010 14:23 pm   What are fog machines?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #187 "Idioms and expressions with 'just': 'just about', 'just before'", question 10

Fog machines can be ......... to get you into the partying mood.

(a) just then
(b) just over
(c) just above
(d) just the thing

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #187 "Idioms and expressions with 'just': 'just about', 'just before'", answer 10

Fog machines can be just the thing to get you into the partying mood.

Correct answer: (d) just the thing

Your answer was: correct
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What is fog machines? And what is the meaning of this sentence?

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What are fog machines? #2 (permalink) Wed Oct 13, 2010 17:48 pm   What are fog machines?
 

Fog machines are generators that create steam and mist. They are most frequently used on film sets and in the theatre, but in recent times they are used at parties.
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