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"Well, that's Kyle for you!" #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:47 am   "Well, that's Kyle for you!"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #618 "English Slang Idioms (360)", question 1

"Kyle showed up two hours late and then stole five dollars off of my coffee table," Lily complained. James replied, "Well, that's Kyle for .........!"

(a) example
(b) it
(c) you
(d) real

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #618 "English Slang Idioms (360)", answer 1

"Kyle showed up two hours late and then stole five dollars off of my coffee table," Lily complained. James replied, "Well, that's Kyle for you!"

Correct answer: (c) you

Your answer was: incorrect
"Kyle showed up two hours late and then stole five dollars off of my coffee table," Lily complained. James replied, "Well, that's Kyle for real!"
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"Well, that's Kyle for you!"
Could someone please explain the meaning of this?

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"Well, that's Kyle for you!" #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 01, 2010 21:00 pm   "Well, that's Kyle for you!"
 

This person's (Kyle) behavior is expected. Kyle's behavior is not unexpected or surprising (typical behavior).
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