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2 4: A pain in the neck Choose the correct word in the dialogues below: 1. Do you get phone calls from companies trying to sell you things? > All the time. They're a pain in the neck/back. 2. Did you know that Alan and Moira have stopped seeing each other? > Yes, I do now, but I put my foot/fist in it yesterday when I asked when they were getting married. 3. I'm really worried about my economics course. I don't know what to do. > Do you want to talk about it? It might help to get it off your back/chest.
B. behind my back f. on its last legs j. c. couldn't face g. face the fact k. d. gone to your head h. a brave face 1. 1 love my old car, but I'm having more and more problems came to a head hand it to him a good head your head with it. I think it's 2. My boyfriend and I have always argued quite a lot, but the situation last week when he accused me of lying. 3. I'm sorry, John, but we have to that we are not getting on. 4. I can't trust you any more. You've been talking about me 5. What's the matter with you?
I wouldn't want to be famous. You live your life You get no privacy whatsoever. It would drive me mad. 4. Sorry, but I'm afraid I have to cancel lunch together. I'm in work at the moment. How about next week? 5. I get on very well with my father. We on most things. 6. I was lying in bed when I noticed something moving I jumped up and turned the light on to see a massive spider on my pillow. 7. I discovered yesterday that 'Boring Bob' at work is a black belt in karate and has a Japanese wife. There's obviously 8.