Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles for English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), Teaching EFL (TEFL), Test of EFL (TOEFL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Teaching ESOL (TESOL), TOEIC.

1. If someone messes with you, they annoy you.

2. If something is easy, it's a ________ in the park.

3. If something happens like clockwork, it requires a lot of attention to keep it punctual.

4. If someone tells you that they were not born yesterday, they mean that they are very old.

5. If something is below the belt, it is unfair.

6. If something is all at sixes and sevens, it is well-organised.

7. If someone tries to hit somebody, they strike out.

8. If someone lays down the law, they are authoritarian and strict.

9. If something is done quickly, in a single period of activity and often ruthlessly, it is done in one ________ swoop.

10. If something is a matter of life and death, there is no solution possible.

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    Lobelia Surinamensis

    The Lobelia surinamensis, a plant newly introduced here, is minutely described in the Suppl. Pl. of the younger Linn?us, under the name of l?vigata, apparently from the smoothness of its flowers in the year 1786, Mr. Alexander Anderson sent this plant to the Royal Garden at Kew, from the West Indies, where it grows spontaneously, as well as at Surinam, and Mr. Aiton has inserted it at the end of the Hort. Kew. assigning to it a new specific description, and a new trivial name our drawing was made from a plant which flowered in the stove of Messrs. Grimwood and Co. Kensington, to whom it was imparted by Richard Molesworth, Esq. of Peckham, a gentleman liberal in his communications, and anxious to promote the cause of Botany.This species of Lobelia is a stove plant, having a some *what shrubby stalk, growing to the height of several feet, its blossoms are very large, of a pale red colour, and its Anther?, which might be mistaken for the stigma, unusually hairy.It begins to flower in January and February, and continues to blossom during most of the summer.Is increased by cuttings.

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