Exercise: meaning of idioms with LOVE

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Test your expressions with LOVE

Choose the right idiomatic phrase to complete these sentences with the correct meaning

Exercise with LOVE idioms 1

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Question 1
What a shame that your sister couldn't come, ............................. when you get home.
A
give love
B
give her my love
C
she's loveless
D
send her lovely
Question 1 Explanation: 
= give her my best wishes
Question 2
Did you cook this? It's ................!
A
loveless
B
lovesick
C
lovely
D
lover
Question 2 Explanation: 
lovely = very nice
Question 3
Mary is ........... as her husband is in the Arctic on an expedition
A
loveless
B
lovely
C
lovesick
Question 3 Explanation: 
lovesick = unreturned love due to distance
Question 4
Princess Kristina had a ........... marriage because her husband was having  ....................
A
lovesick; a love affair
B
loveless; a love affair
C
loveless; no lost between
D
lovely; no lost between
Question 5
Jimmy is an ardent Glasgow Celtic football fan, ................................. would get him into the Glasgow Rangers ground as there is .......................... the two teams.
A
no love lost; no love nor money between
B
no love lost; no love nor money
C
not love nor money; no love lost between
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Here’s the first lesson explaining expressions with LOVE  and here’s the second.  Look at this  for the English language and grammar exercise and tests or go   directly to the Phrasal Verb Index to practise more with verbs like THINK ,LET , CALL or PULL. If you want more   vocabulary lessons you will find them here.

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