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My dear friends and my genious students! Today I am proposing you a little bit different challenge. I am posting the sentences containing idioms, phrasal verbs, etc. and I propose you to rewrite these sentences using the synonyms. The synonyms shouldn't be idioms. In the examples the idioms are in bold. So, I will show you what I mean.
The given sentence:
At last he found what he had been looking for.
He finally found what he had been looking for.
I believe, I've made myself clear about the task. Of course, I will be helping you find the correct synonyms. But the main condition is the same: don't look up your dictionaries and don't read other comments, OK?
So, here you are!
1. We usually see eye to eye with my wife.
2. Her condition after a surgery was touch and go.
3. He was up and about three days after an accident.
4. He was in the red and couldn't make ends meet.
Here are more examples:
He was a gambler and was always in the red.
After he had lost his job, his family could hardly make ends meet.
5. I was trying to talk to my drunk friend, but he suddenly blacked out.
Well, isn't it a tricky assignment?! Ha-ha-ha! I am the one! But I sincerely hope, you will be intersested to guess my riddles! Good luck!
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