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  1. 1 What is the meaning of the proverb / idiom: "To be at loggerheads" :
  2. 2 If "you have finger in the pie", you are _____ in something:
    1. Involved

    2. Disinterested

    3. Puzzled

    4. None of These

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  3. 3 A penny for your thoughts
    1. An idea to ponder

    2. To ask someone what they are thinking about

    3. To ask someone about his belief

    4. None

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  4. 4 Out of the blue
    1. From the sky

    2. From Clouds

    3. Something expected

    4. Something unexpected

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  5. 5 Miss the boat
    1. To miss the train

    2. To miss the boat

    3. To miss the opportunity

    4. None

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  6. 6 Fine-tooth comb
    1. Examine something in detail

    2. An intelligent professional

    3. Any intelligent person

    4. Winner of a competition

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  7. 7 Scratch someone's back
  8. 8 Read between the lines
    1. Reading in detail

    2. To instruct someone

    3. Find hidden meaning

    4. Find what is obvious

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  9. 9 Every cloud has a silver lining
    1. Being optimistic in bad situation

    2. Being pessimistic in good times

    3. Happiness

    4. Sadness

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  10. 10 The meaning of the idiom "Dance with the death" is
    1. Doing something beyond one's capability

    2. Doing something that is very risky

    3. To Deceive someone

    4. To kill someone

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