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____ If you are not with someone while they are explaining something, you are catching on. ____ You might back out of an activity that could cause you to get cold feet at the last minute. ____ If you dislike playing something by ear you will probably leave it open. ____ If you are learning the ropes, it is possible that you might goof up once in a while. ____ 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. C. Fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the idioms using give listed below. Some expressions come from Lessons l to 27.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Are you usually a serious person, or do you like to goof off a lot? Why might goofing off sometimes be healthy for you? When (If) you were (are) young, did (do) you talk back to your parents? Why or why not? Do you pay attention to whether clothing fashions are in or out? What is an advantage of not paying attention? If you had to give a speech in class, would you do a dry run? Why or why not? When (If) you were (are) young, what did (do) your parents have to keep after you about?

10. 11. 12. C. Fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the idioms using give listed below. Some expressions come from Lessons l to 27. give and take to give off to give birth to 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. to give up to give out to give one a hand to give in to give one a break to give one a big hand Mrs. Johnson was very surprised when she _____________________ twin boys. Because it was the first time that I had fooled around in class I asked the teacher _____________________. A successful marriage is mostly a matter of _____________________ between husband and wife.

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