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Sentence: Jim and I butted heads when we first met,... #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 19, 2009 13:39 pm   Sentence: Jim and I butted heads when we first met,...
 

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ESL/EFL Test #279 "English Slang Idioms (1)", question 6

Jim and I ......... heads when we first met, but we are good friends now.

(a) rubbed
(b) slapped
(c) butted
(d) covered

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #279 "English Slang Idioms (1)", answer 6

Jim and I butted heads when we first met, but we are good friends now.

Correct answer: (c) butted

Your answer was: incorrect
Jim and I slapped heads when we first met, but we are good friends now.
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hi, I'm sorry but I didn't understand this sentence.. what does it mean?
thank you
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Sentence: Jim and I butted heads when we first met,... #2 (permalink) Tue Jan 20, 2009 13:13 pm   Sentence: Jim and I butted heads when we first met,...
 

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To 'butt heads' means to disagree, quarrel. The other choices have no meaning in this context.
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