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1. If you're going to the shops, don't forget ________ buy some milk.


2. If you take coals to ________, you do something that is unnecessary.


3. If you talk the hind legs off a donkey, you talk plainly and honestly.


4. If you work for pin money, you are making a lot of money.


5. If you start doing something new and different, you strike down in a new direction.



6. If you stick around, you stay in a place.


7. If you take your children to school in a car, you drop them off.


8. If you trade down, you sell something and buy a cheaper version.


9. If you're going snowboarding, ________ me in; I'd love to go


10. If you set about some work, you divide it among your colleagues.


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