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All the idiomatic expressions in this exercise deal with relationships going wrong. Match the two parts of each conversation.

Now use the correct form of the idiomatic expressions in these situations.

Crush heels rocks plunge knot love

Put the following nouns into these expressions.

Tie the ______, have a _______ on someone, take the ______, fall in _____, on the ________, head over ________ in love.

I’ve never seen Camilla so relaxed and happy. What’s happened to her? > Didn’t you know? She’s met Mr. Right! She’s _________ with this French chef who works in a restaurant in the town centre.

Kate, do you remember our art teacher at school? He was nice, wasn’t he? > Oh yes, Mr. Eastwood. I’ll never forget him! I __________ on him until the day I saw him with his six children and dreadful wife!

Tim, you and Sharon have been together now for ten years. Isn’t it about time you tied __________? > Well, funny you should mention it. Last night we decided to take _________ so I hope you’re free on June 12th1 I’m looking for a best man!

I hear you’ve got Tom and Barbara’s children staying with you at the moment. > Yes. I’m afraid Tom and Barbara’s marriage is ___________. They’re having a little time and space to talk on their own.

If you can _________, can you fall out of love?

1. Are Luke and Louise still together? a. Well, as far as I can gather, there’s no love lost between them. They fell out over something last year and haven’t spoken since.
2. Has Brian asked you to stay behind late again, Tony? b. No, I’m afraid not. They’ve gone their separate ways.
3. David’s told me that he won’t come skiing with us if Frank’s going to be there. Have you any idea why? c. Yes, it’s always me, isn’t it? I think he’s got it in for me.
4. What’s your honest opinion of our new Head of Marketing? d. I can’t stand her. I can’t be more honest than that!
5. Why won’t the three political parties involved get together and cooperate? e. It’s quite simple. They hate each other’s guts! They wouldn’t even share a taxi!

We’ve decided to go our separate _________.

I think I’ve fallen in __________!

Have you __________ it in for me or do you just not like me?

We’re _______ the plunge in October.

I can’t bear to be in the same room as John. I just _________ stand him.

Our 14-year-old daughter has a ________ on her 23-year-old biology teacher!

There’s no love _________between my brother and his in-laws. He calls them outlaws!

I wish people wouldn’t fall ________so easily over silly little things.

So, you’re _______ the knot this Saturday. I hope the weather’s nice for you.

The trouble with falling head _______heels in love with someone is that it’s usually totally the wrong person.

I wouldn’t say I hated Nigel’s ______ , but he’s not my favourite person at the moment.

Lots of marriages which are on the ________ could have been saved if the couples had seen a counselor early on when they were first having trouble.


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