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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.
Which of the following is not a ball sport?

If it's another person's turn to do something, what do you say?

If everything needs to be done in an equal and fair way, what do you say?

If someone needs to focus on what they are doing, what do you say?

If someone isn't reaching their usual standard, what do you say?

If you want to start a meeting or a discussion, what do you say?

If something happens which is normal and expected, what do you say?

If someone changes something partway through a project or discussion, what do you say?

If someone is getting used to doing something, what do you say?

If someone has less skill or experience than everybody else, what do you say?


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10 Comments on “Learn 9 English idioms from ball sports: out of your league, up to par, get into the swing…”


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Great lesson! Thanks!

Monday, January 27th 2020

thank you

Monday, January 27th 2020

I can barely keep my eye on the ball because I always want to check on my cellphone.

Monday, January 27th 2020

hi i don’t know how start learn English

Tuesday, January 28th 2020

Perfectly explained. It’s always a pleasure to learn from you Jill.
Thank you so much.

Tuesday, January 28th 2020

the begin seems to be difficult as it is a long time I did not do English exercice.

Tuesday, January 28th 2020

i got 7/10 I wrong at 2, 3 and 9. the lesson is quite difficult although i like sport very much. anyway thank Gill

Tuesday, January 28th 2020

Thank you so much

Wednesday, February 5th 2020

Great lesson! Thank you a lot !

Monday, February 10th 2020

IMO, everybody is in her/his league but sometimes felling is below to per. The ball is in our court always and it’s enough to keep our eyes on the ball and let’s get the ball rolling, as soon as we will getting into the swimming.
Thank you, Gill.

Friday, March 27th 2020
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