ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'end/ends'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


Write the letter of the word(s) that best complete(s) each sentence:

a - end up
b - tie up some loose ends
c - playing both ends
d - go off the deep end
e - short end of the stick
f - your end of the bargain
g - dead end
h - low-end
i - tail-end
j - at the end of the day

1. The lead that the police had was a . Nothing came of it.

2. I have to . = I have to take care of some unfinished business.

3. He tells the management he's fighting for their interests, and the workers that he's fighting for theirs. In short, he's.

4. I did what I said I would do. Now you have to fulfill .

5. If you keep wasting your money like this, you're going to broke.

6. Paula inherited the house, but her sister got the - she only inherited grandma's collection of books.

7. , ( = when all's said and done) it's about how much you help others around you.

8. We caught the ( = last part) of the movie.

9. She tends to ( = to become very irrational and very emotional) quite a lot.

10. A "" camera refers to one of the cheaper cameras that a company makes.






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