ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'hard'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


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

a - hard up
b - hard of hearing
c - hard to get
d - take a hard line
e - hard to swallow
f - think long and hard
g - a hard time
h - between a rock and a hard place
i - drive a hard bargain
j - no hard feelings

1. When someone says "" it means they would like you to not hold a grudge.

2. You have to talk louder when you're talking to grandpa. He's a little .

3. She likes you, but she also likes playing .

4. You ( = you are a tough negotiator), but I accept your terms.

5. The loss was ( = difficult to accept).

6. The president wants to ( = assume a tough position) against crime.

7. Why are you giving me ? = Why are you criticizing me and making me feel guilty?

8. You should ( = give the matter a lot of thought) before making such an important decision.

9. I'm stuck . Any decision I make will be a very difficult one.

10. He's pretty . = He's greatly in need of money.






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