Exercise English idioms with PULL 2, pull finger out

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Expressions: pull wool over eyes, pull my leg, pull a face

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Expressions with PULL 2

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Question 1
When Radford United appointed a new Director of football they ….......................... the team coach, he won't be able to decide which players to contract.
A
pulled the plug on
B
pulled the rug out from under
C
pulled a fast one on
D
pulled a few strings with
Question 1 Explanation: 
pull thr rug out from under someone = undermine, surprise so that the "normal" is changed
Question 2
I'm going to get married this summer, seriously! I'm not ...............
A
pulling your leg
B
pulling a fast one
C
pulling a face
D
pulling a face
Question 2 Explanation: 
pull someone's leg = joke, kid
Question 3
Mark, why are you ..................... ?      . . . . .  Because I don't like this food Mummy.
A
pulling that face?
B
pulling the wool over my eyes?
C
pulling my leg?
D
pulling your socks up?
Question 3 Explanation: 
pull a face = react with a sad/ bad face
Question 4
Jerry! ................ or we're not going to arrive on time. Get dressed quickly and get in the car!
A
Pull your leg
B
Pull a face
C
Pull a fast one
D
Pull your finger out
Question 4 Explanation: 
pull one's finger out = go faster, make an extra effort
Question 5
Lance Armstrong wanted to ........................ by saying that he didn't dope.
A
pull the wool over everyone's eyes
B
pull the plug
C
pull a fast one
D
pull his finger out
Question 5 Explanation: 
pull the wool over someone's eyes = trick someone, hide the truth
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