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1. She felt ________ and was pleased she had come to the demonstration.


2. Cathy and her father had several pow wows (conversations) about her decision but it usually ________ up with a lot of argy bargy (arguments).


3. Andrew worried about the weather, the state of the pound, his health, the cost of ________ and once he even worried because he thought he wasn't worrying enough.


4. As far as her father was concerned this was ________ double trouble (two problems) first working for Fortune and now getting involved in a demonstration.


5. At the beginning it was a bit harum scarum (disorganised) and people were running higgledy piggledy (in different and chaotic directions) but soon everything ________ down,



6. As far as he was concerned this would be a ________ of time because the speakers at the rally would just talk mumbo jumbo (nonsense).


7. On the train journey she began to think about what her father had said with his ________ to the rag bag (muddled collection) of ideas in her organisation.


8. Now Andrew doesn't have a romantic ________ . He never looks up at the leaves starting to grow, sighs and says: 'Ah, here comes the spring!'


9. and announced what she thought was a cheerful earful (a good piece of news) and that was she had been invited to attend a ________ in the capital.


10. The rest of the organisation thought that she and Winton were a dream team (ideal partners) because she was enthusiastic and he was very ________ .


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