1. in the teeth of sth= in spite of sth : bất chấp
2. in the main= mostly, on the whole: nhìn chung, đa
3. to jog sb's memory= to help sb to remember sth: giúp
ai nhớ ra cái gì 4. not for lack/want of doing sth= not because you
haven't done sth: không phải là không
5. to make sb's day= to make sb very happy: làm cho ai
vui sướng 6. of sb's own accord= without being asked or forced: tự
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Test your english idoms is a welcome addition to the test your vocabulary series and is intend for intermediate / advanced students. Altogether, the book contains more than 750 idioms in current use and, as the title suggests, the emphasis is on testing rather than teaching.English grammar is the grammatical structure of English sentences just the place orderly, proper and harmonious relations between the word elements to form a complete sentence and regulations in order to communicate a correctly, and basically most scientific....
Substitute an idiomatic expression for the word or words in italics, making any necessary grammatical changes as
well. Then complete each sentence appropriately with your own idea. Also try to use idioms from previous
to turn off: to cause to stop functioning (also: to switch off, to shut off) (S)
Turn on and turn off, as well as their related forms, are used for things that flow, such as electricity, water, gas, etc. Please turn off the light when you leave the room.
to have one’s way: to arrange matters the way one wants (especially when someone else doesn’t want the
same way) (also: to get one’s way. My brother always wants to have his way, but this time our parents said that we could do what I wanted.
· If Sheila doesn’t get her way, she becomes very angry.