Common American Expressions 4

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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.
   Catch you later!      Come again!      Cut to the chase!      Dig in!      Do you mind!      Dream on!   
1. To ask someone to get to the point of a long story, tell them to,
2. To ask someone to repeat their words (without rephrasing) ask them to,
3. To invite someone to start eating, (similar to “bon apetit”) tell them to,
4. To say goodbye to a friend, whom you will see again soon, you can say,
5. To show you doubt someone’s boast that they can achieve a certain success, you tell them to,
6. When a meal is ready to eat, the cook will tell the guests to,
7. When someone is bothering you and you want them to stop, you might ask them,
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