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Action Verb Idioms #1

Put each of the following verbs, remembering to conjugate, in the correct gap. Some verbs are used more than once.

drop, kiss, blow, hold, climb, kick, hit, stare, blow, bite

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  1. Tom is really trying hard to his smoking habit.
  2. The stock market crashed so I guess I can my profit goodbye.
  3. When you get to Japan, make sure to me a line and let me know how you are doing.
  4. Jack was the wall with impatience.
  5. I wish the boss would off on his demands.
  6. Peter's father his lid when he heard about his poor grades.
  7. Have you seen Mary's new computer? She must have a bundle!
  8. The next time Jim offends you, just him down and he will probably leave you in peace.
  9. Don't complain about your boss! You should never the hand that feeds you.
  10. I'm so depressed. I think that I've truly bottom this time.
  11. It's time to the bullet and start studying for the exam.
  12. If you want him to buy you a new car, why don't you a hint?

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