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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
What does the sentence below mean?
John bit off more than he can chew.

What does the sentence below mean?
Can you help me figure this out?

I will be away next week, so Mary is going to fill in for me.
This means that:

Her business is making a lot of money. She's been ________________ all year.

What does the sentence below mean?
That sounds like a good idea, but I'll have to sleep on it.

Shane: My business is losing money.
Dave: I'm sorry to hear that. How long have you been ________________?

Diana: This grammar tense is very difficult.
Valen: Don't worry, I'll help you ________________.

Freddy: The apartment is available from June 1st, would you like to move in?
Jesse: It seems like a great place to live, let me ________________ and I'll tell you tomorrow.

Sarah: I've to leave work early today. Can you __________________?
Jean: Sure, I'm not busy today.

If you want to finish the project by Friday, we need to ____________________.

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