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argue violently all the time
“We get on very well as adults but as kids we fought like cat and dog.“
“My boyfriend and I don’t fight like cat and dog but he has a dog and I have a cat – and they fight”
“Called Action News, it revolves around the reteaming of two local news presenters, who fight like cat and dog.“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“Mandy believes it is domestic bliss but Paul says he’s free to see other women and they _________________“
A. fight like cat and dog
B. down at heel
C. dressed to kill
D. runs in the family
- Describe an accident that you have seen. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– What it was
– What you did
And explain how it happened
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