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Meaning of "Out of the question" | all-nighter vs apprenticeship
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Up with the lark #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 02, 2005 23:38 pm   Up with the lark
 

Test No. express/advan-1 "Animals", question 9

I get very irritated sometimes because they're always up with the lark and I like to lie in.

(a) up very easily
(b) up very early
(c) up very often
(d) up very noisily

Test No. express/advan-1 "Animals", answer 9

I get very irritated sometimes because they're always up very early and I like to lie in.

Correct answer: (b) up very early
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if some one always make a noise when he wake up. It also means that he will break in on anybody else. So i don't know what's the distinction bteween them?
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Up with the lark #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 03, 2005 13:03 pm   Up with the lark
 

Hi Ben,

To be up with the lark is an idiom and it means to get up very early in the morning.

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Up with the lark #3 (permalink) Sun Apr 26, 2009 3:24 am   Up with the lark
 

thank you for your explaination
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