Lesson 9 Idiomatic

Idiomatic

Idiomatic Expressions 81 – end

They made him director.

I have caught a cold.

What time is he coming?

How are you?

Bye!

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Bye!

Tschüss!

I have caught a cold.

Ich habe mich erkältet.

What time is he coming?

Wann kommt er?

They made him director.

Man machte ihn zum Direktor.

How are you?

Wie geht es dir?

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1. Ich habe mich erkältet.

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2. Wann kommt er?

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3. Wie geht es dir?

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4. Tschüss!

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5. Man machte ihn zum Direktor.

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1. How are you?

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2. I have caught a cold.

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3. What time is he coming?

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4. Bye!

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5. They made him director.

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1. Write that in German!

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2. She walked up and down.

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3. He is knocking at the door.

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4. It tastes of sour milk.

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5. That depends.

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6. It smells like hay.

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7. We see each other later.

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8. Are you flying or driving?

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9. I look forward to the visit.

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10. I have no money with me.

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1. She puts on her gloves.

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2. I look at the house.

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3. He asks me for help.

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4. I work at Desma.

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5. He behaves badly.

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6. She gets dressed.

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7. See you later.

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8. Everyone knows that.

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9. Don't be angry with me.

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10. It is not worth it.

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1. She puts on the hat.

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2. She talks about him.

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3. He sat down at the table.

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4. I did him a favour.

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5. It gives me pleasure.

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6. He became engaged to the girl.

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7. He fell in love with the girl.

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8. What will become of him?

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9. Pay attention!

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10. One gets used to everything.

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Idiomatic Expressions E/G 8

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1. He is coming, doesn't he?

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2. It is I.

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3. He is said to be rich.

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4. He is rid of it.

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5. All the better.

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6. I am sorry.

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7. I can't afford it.

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8. She stops.

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9. It is getting hotter and hotter.

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10. He has nothing at all.

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1. She imagines that.

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2. My watch is slow.

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3. It serves him right.

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4. Give me another book!

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5. Give me another book!

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6. We made his acquaintance.

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7. What is today's date?

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8. He is afraid of the dog.

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9. He sent for me.

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10. My watch is fast.

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1. He has neither the one nor the other.

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2. Have a good time!

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3. I am glad.

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4. He has a headache.

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5. It is my turn.

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6. You either pay or leave.

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7. Both his father and his mother.

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8. She works at night.

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9. What's new?

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10. I pass him.

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1. I like to read.

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2. He climbed the mountain.

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3. I prefer to read.

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4. I wait for the woman.

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5. I was just about to leave.

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6. He is proud of his son.

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7. He thinks of her.

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8. I like it.

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9. Learn it by heart!

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10. He goes home.

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1. It hurts me.

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2. Goodbye!

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3. Do you remember the child?

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4. They laughed at him.

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5. He has not come yet.

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6. Farewell!

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7. That does not concern you.

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8. He has several books.

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9. He has a pair of shoes.

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10. Begin at the beginning.

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1. What time is he coming?

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2. They made him director.

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3. Bye!

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4. How are you?

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5. I have caught a cold.

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1. He has a headache.

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2. It gives me pleasure.

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3. We made his acquaintance.

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4. He asks me for help.

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5. He has several books.

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6. He sent for me.

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7. He goes home.

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8. She puts on her gloves.

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9. He sat down at the table.

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10. Both his father and his mother.

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11. I did him a favour.

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12. All the better.

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13. Give me another book!

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14. He is rid of it.

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15. I look forward to the visit.

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16. Begin at the beginning.

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17. He climbed the mountain.

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18. It is not worth it.

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19. He thinks of her.

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20. That depends.

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21. It hurts me.

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22. He is said to be rich.

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23. How are you?

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24. It is my turn.

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25. Everyone knows that.

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26. I work at Desma.

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27. I can't afford it.

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28. He became engaged to the girl.

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29. You either pay or leave.

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30. It smells like hay.

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1. I have no money with me.

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2. It tastes of sour milk.

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3. Are you flying or driving?

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4. That depends.

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5. He is knocking at the door.

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6. I look forward to the visit.

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7. Write that in German!

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8. It smells like hay.

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9. We see each other later.

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10. She walked up and down.

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1. It is not worth it.

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2. Everyone knows that.

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3. She puts on her gloves.

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4. He asks me for help.

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5. She gets dressed.

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6. See you later.

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7. Don't be angry with me.

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8. He behaves badly.

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9. I look at the house.

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10. I work at Desma.

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