Complete the conversations with the following remarks. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable.
List of Idioms (Colloquial Expressions) 1
  • The food at the restaurant is very good.
  • 'Of course, you can have it.'
  • Come on, Greg.
  • I'm not going to the party
  • 'Meet me at six.'
  • Stop making that noise!
  • 'Thanks for your assistance, Keith.'
  • 'What would you like? Vodka, wine, beer, cognac?'
  • 'How many litres of blood is there in a human body?'
  • Come on in Jack
  • 'Come again?' 'At six o'clock. Okay?'
  • 'What? For keeps?'
  • 'You're welcome.'
  • For heaven's sake.
  • and that's that.
  • 'You've got me there.'
  • Mind you, it isn't cheap.
  • and make yourself at home.
  • 'You name it, we've got it all.'
  • Get a move on or we'll be late for work.
CORRECT!

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FCE Idioms (Colloquial Expressions) 13

1) mind you used when you want to make what you have just said sound less strong.
2) for keeps for ever
3) get a move on to start moving or going quickly
4) that's that there's no more to be said or done
5) come again used to ask somebody to repeat something
6) for heaven's sake an expression used to show anger, surprise etc.
7) you're welcome a polite expression used in reply to thanks
8) you name it anything you could say or think of
9) you've got me there you say it when you do not know the answer to a question
10) make yourself at home do what you need to do to feel relaxed and comfortable