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meaning of 'losing your temper'



 
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meaning of 'losing your temper' #1 (permalink) Wed May 28, 2008 18:53 pm   meaning of 'losing your temper'
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #58 "Chit Chat: At the restaurant", question 9

Waiter: Now sir it's not worth ......... your temper. You could take the last thing on the menu.

(a) losing
(b) holding
(c) dropping
(d) throwing

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #58 "Chit Chat: At the restaurant", answer 9

Waiter: Now sir it's not worth losing your temper. You could take the last thing on the menu.

Correct answer: (a) losing
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meaning of 'losing your temper' #2 (permalink) Wed May 28, 2008 19:00 pm   meaning of 'losing your temper'
 

Hi,

'Losing your temper' is correct and means that you have lost control and are saying things you don't really mean.

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