Idioms Exercises – Part 67

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Idioms Exercises – Part 67

.Match each idiomatic expression with its meaning and fill in the blanks

Back on ones feet
Up to speed
Passed away
Pull through
Take a nosedive

 fully informed or up to date –
well or successful again after being ill or having problems –
get through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation –
die –
, suddenly and rapidly begin to decline in physical, emotional –
or psychological health or stability; to suffer a sudden loss or decline in value or success

 

.N1. His secretary’s …………………… on IT

.N2. She …………………… in her sleep

N3. My father has held out bravely in his fight against cancer, but I’m afraid he’s …………………… in the last couple of weeks

.N4. Jim is hoping he’ll be …………………… by next week

. …………………… N5. The illness is difficult to overcome, but we hope she’ll

:Answers

N1. Up to speed
N2. passed away
N3. taken a nosedive
N4. back on his feet
N5. pull through

Back on ones feet = well or successful again after being ill or having problems

Up to speed = fully informed or up to date

Passed away = die

Pull through = get through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation

Take a nosedive = suddenly and rapidly begin to decline in physical, emotional, or psychological health or stability; to suffer a sudden loss or decline in value or success

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