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


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

a - know-it-all (noun)
b - dying to know
c - know best
d - know the drill
e - for all I know
f - know a thing or two
g - takes one to know one
h - know something inside out
i - in the know
j - know-how

1. I about repairing bicycles. = I am quite skilled at repairing bicycles.

2. You . = You know what to do in situations like this.

3. I'm what she told you. = I can't wait to hear what she told you.

4. You simply don't have the ( = practical knowledge) to do this job.

5. To means to know something thoroughly, to be an expert on it.

6. The thing about mothers is that they always think they .

7. You should take other people's advice sometimes. Stop being such a .

8. For those ( = who had been privy to certain information), his admission of guilt was no surprise.

9. P1: You're a liar! P2: ! ( = basically, the second person is saying that the first person is a liar too)

10. he could be in Mexico. = I don't really know. He could be anywhere, even Mexico.






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