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HOMEWORK # 55: May 16th-20th(1), 2016

HOMEWORK # 55: May 16th-20th(1), 2016.
HELLO TO YOU ALL! IT'S A PLEASURE TO GREET YOU THROUGH THE INTERNET. WELCOME TO WORK WITH MORE ONLINE ENGLISH MATERIAL.
TOPIC: Colloquial Expressions
LANGUAGE SKILL: Listening, speaking, reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary.
AIMS:To increase your vocabulary and expressions dealing with idioms.
            To learn and use them in any realife situation.
            To study and give them the correct meaning either in English or Spanish.
            To learn more online English material with reference to colloquial expressions in a funny and intersting way.
SKILL WITH PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:  
1.- Check the wordsearch, find the words from the list and give the definition or meaning (in English and Spanish).
                                                      COLLOQUIAL EXPRESSIONS 3

TLLEBAGNIROTDIX
SOUOYGNIDDIKALS
EUHFMKVLNHCWOLV
AINAJTDNZAFVRIS
CLGDVCGUVRPTEBD
LDTGAENONQWHHEI
BJGCIYIGAPDUTHT
PQXISBDTFYFLTTC
LFPUXJORCSEBITH
JPBYLRDNIHBFHIY
DMTBZDOXTVYWOFF
FITTHEBILLEFTOE
GNIDDIKTSUJRETE
IAMKIDDINGYOUET
UNERONESBELTJQT
1.- FIT THE BILL5.- I AM KIDDING YOU9.-  ITCHY FEET
2.- JUST KIDDING6.- KIDDING YOU10.- NO BIGGIE
3.- SUNDAY DRIVER7.- TO FIT THE BILL11.- TO HAVE ITCHY FEET
4.- TO HIT THE ROAD8.- TO RING A BELL12.- UNDER ONES BELT

2.- Check the phrases from column A and the corresponding from column B. Match them according to the meaning.
a.- to enjoy travelling                                  1.- To have itchy feet.
b.- to be an inexperienced driver              2.- To hit the road.
c.- to go fast when driving a vehicle          3.- to live out of a suitcase.
d.- to begin a trip or travel                          4.- to be a Sunder driver.
e.- to be ready to travel                               5.- to hit the pedal to the metal.

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