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I say: "Are you all right?" when I am concerned about someone.

Correct answer: (a) concerned about someone

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I say "I am fed up" when I have had enough.

Correct answer: (c) have had enough

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I say "I could eat a horse" when I am hungry.

Correct answer: (b) hungry

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I say "I haven't a clue" when I understand nothing.

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I say "I've got to go now" when I am late.

Correct answer: (c) late

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I say "My feet are killing me" when I have walked a lot.

Correct answer: (a) walked a lot

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I say "You can count on me" when I support someone.

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I say "They lost" when I tell someone the result.

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I say "Your lips must be sealed" when I want someone to keep a secret.

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I say "I haven't a minute to spare" when I am very busy.

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