Common American Expressions 2

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Select the correct expression from the drop down box next to each sentence below. Press the "Check Answers" button to determine whether you have chosen correctly.
   Age before beauty!      Beg pardon!      Believe it or not!      Better late than never!      Break a leg!      Bully for you!      Butt out!   
1. One man tells another an unlikely story, which is peppered with the phrase,
2. To congratulate someone for their success in a difficult struggle, you exclaim,
3. To make someone stop giving you advice about what to do, tell them to,
4. To wish an actor well in a performance, never say “good luck” but rather,
5. Two men approach a building with a heavy door. One man gets to the door first and opens it wide. He gestures for the other man to go ahead of him saying
6. Two people who’ve just met are speaking when one of them says something too quietly for the other to understand. As a request for repitition, the listener says,
7. When someone is glad to see you, even when you are not on time, they say,
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