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Taking a risk
“If I want to gain a big prize, I have to be on thin ice.”
“Taking a gap year off after finishing the study in a high school is becoming a hot trend for the youngster. Some people think it is on thin ice.”
“Jack is always on thin ice which makes him interesting.”
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“I really think you _____________ when you criticise your manager so strongly.”
A. are on thin ice.
B. go out like a light.
C. run out of patience.
D. have a sinking feeling.
- Describe the time when you did something dangerous. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– What you did
– Why it was dangerous
And explain why you did it.
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