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ESL Vocabulary Exercises: Idiomania
Have a look at the recently used in the media idioms and try them out in the exercises below.

Idioms in the News! - 6 

"Parenting: Instead of Walking on Eggshells Walk Away"
"Lead Foots Beware: Cops Will Be Able to Seize Your Car Starting Monday"
"Couch Potato Nation"
"Obama, Clinton Neck-and-Neck in NH: Poll"
try it out...
Idioms in the News! - 5 

"Job Rally Falls on Deaf Ears"
"Madonna’s Adoption of Malawi Boy Hits Snag"
"Molotov Cocktail May Have Sparked Serious Blaze"
"British school kids turn up noses at healthy food"
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Idioms in the News! - 4 

"How to Grease a Palm - the Etiquette of Bribery"
"The Global Harry Potter Countdown"
N.Y. Blast a Wake-Up Call for Aging Cities"
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Idioms in the News! - 3 top

"Jaywalking Peacock Eludes Police"
"Tailgating Drivers Cause 401 Pileup"
"Potter's Grint a Certifiable Heartthrob"
try it out...
Idioms in the News! - 2 top

"Tiger Finds Silver Lining to Open Loss"
Tying the Knot in Zero Gravity"
Where the Cool Kids Will Hang Out This Summer"
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Idioms in the News! - 1 top

"How Google is shaking up the ad world"
"Shrek works like a charm for McDonald’s"
"G-8 winds down with Africa aid pledge"
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