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I don't give two hoots about who wins?



 
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I don't give two hoots about who wins? #1 (permalink) Mon Sep 13, 2010 11:12 am   I don't give two hoots about who wins?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #326 "English Slang Idioms (47)", question 5

I don't like either candidate. I don't give two ......... about who wins the election.

(a) boots
(b) hoots
(c) shoots
(d) toots

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #326 "English Slang Idioms (47)", answer 5

I don't like either candidate. I don't give two hoots about who wins the election.

Correct answer: (b) hoots

Your answer was: incorrect
I don't like either candidate. I don't give two toots about who wins the election.
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Doea it mean that it doesn't make difference for him who wins,that to say,he doesn't care ,he doesn't give a damn?
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I don't give two hoots about who wins? #2 (permalink) Mon Sep 13, 2010 15:52 pm   I don't give two hoots about who wins?
 

Yes, he/she's indifferent about it; doesn't care.
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