Common American Expressions 15

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   out of the question      over my dead body      pardon my French      pull up a chair      put 'er there      put two and two together      quite frankly   
1. An extreme way to say “no” or express objection to someone’s intentions is to declare that it would only happen
2. A way to apologize for foul language that you’ve used is to beg your listeners to
3. A invitation for someone to shake your hand when you’ve come to a firm agreement is to tell them to
4. To begin a statement that you believe may be too bluntly honest, you can give warning with the words
5. An informal way to ask someone to sit down is to tell them to
6. A firm way to say “no” to someone’s request is to say that it’s
7. When you’ve stated enough facts for your listener to draw an obvious conclusion, you can tell them to
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