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Dear teachers,

1. He tapped his finger to get the attention of the waiter.
tapped, crossed, wagged, clicked
2. Whenever she sat down she bent her knees.
folded, crossed, sagged, bent
3. If you don't know the answer to a question, you can just shrug your shoulders.
shrug, clench, slump, hunch
4. He was quite upset— he clenched his fists and looked me in the eye.
clenched, crossed, clicked, knotted

Thanks.
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Hi,

1. He tapped his finger to get the attention of the waiter. OK
tapped, crossed, wagged, clicked
2. Whenever she sat down she bent her knees.
folded, crossed, sagged, bent
The most natural thing to say is '. . . she crossed her legs'.

3. If you don't know the answer to a question, you can just shrug your shoulders. OK
shrug, clench, slump, hunch
4. He was quite upset— he clenched his fists and looked me in the eye. OK
clenched, crossed, clicked, knotted


Clive
Comments  
I wonder whether they weren't going for "snapped his fingers" in number one.