Week 3 Quiz
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Question 1 of 3
In Lesson 3 Bill Burr, Lee’at says the phrase ‘I dunno’ a few times. Write what this means. (see slang and idiom tables)CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 3
Match the correct explanation with the right idiom (see the idiom and slang tables for lesson 6 Kickboxing)
- to respond back to someone either by phone or email etc
- to agree to be part of a team or project
- quite expensive
- it's ok
- to work very hard or struggle (financially)
- to adjust or fine-tune
- to go easy on someone; to go gently on someone
to get back to someone
Is he on board? / to be on board
It's not an issue
to battle along
to tweak something
to go light on someone
Question 3 of 3
Match the correct explanation with the right slang (see the idiom and slang tables for lesson 6 Kickboxing)
- don't you think so?
- to talk to someone
- he wasn't happy about it; he was annoyed or upset about it
- going to
- to pay money for something
- to add something on (we can tag some shipping on – we can add some money onto the cost to pay to ship the goods)
- good (a sick artist/ a good artist)
- conforming to the rules; legal; (of a person) not engaging in illegal activity or attempting to deceive; honest.
- to break a date; to not show up; to leave
don't you reckon?
Chatting to someone
to be bad about it ( he was bad about it)
to fork out
to tag something on
to bail (the person bailed)