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I am doing one test... and I am not sure about meaning of these idioms... Each help connected to solution would be very welcomed : )

[1_7] Match the idioms to their meanings


idiom: take your point
meanings:

A: answer questions from the audience (agree with them)
B: one way of looking at a situation
C: talk about the most important matter
D: already being considered, prepared, planned, developed
E: understand why others have another opinion

[1_10] Match the idioms to their meanings

idiom: in the pipeline
meanings:

A: answer questions from the audience (agree with them)
B: one way of looking at a situation
C: talk about the most important matter
D: already being considered, prepared, planned, developed
E: understand why others have another opinion

[1_12] Fill in the blanks. Choose the right answer.

I ______________ .

A: take your point
B: see both sides of the situation
C: get straight
D: one side of the picture
E: in the pipeline

[1_13] Fill in the blanks. Choose the right answer.

This chart shows you ______________ .

A: take your point
B: see both sides of the situation
C: get straight
D: one side of the picture
E: in the pipeline

[1_14] Fill in the blanks. Choose the right answer.

To ________________________ , you can look at the results of these analyses.

A: take your point
B: see both sides of the situation
C: get straight
D: on side of the picture
E: in the pipeline

1_16 Match the Phrasal verbs to their meanings.

phrasal verb: look at
meanings:

A: discuss
B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
C: call attantion to a matter/question
D: divide something by analysis
E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
F: consider, think of
G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

[1_17] Match the Phrasal verbs to their meanings.

phrasal verb: plan for
meanings:

A: discuss
B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
C: call attantion to a matter/question
D: divide something by analysis
E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
F: consider, think of
G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

[1_19] Match the Phrasal verbs to their meanings.

phrasal verb: bring up
meanings:

A: discuss
B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
C: call attantion to a matter/question
D: divide something by analysis
E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
F: consider, think of
G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

[1_20] Match the Phrasal verbs to their meanings.

phrasal verb: walk through
meanings:

A: discuss
B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
C: call attantion to a matter/question
D: divide something by analysis
E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
F: consider, think of
G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step

[1_21] Match the Phrasal verbs to their meanings.

phrasal verb: break up (into)
meanings:

A: discuss
B: move, progress, develop at the same speed
C: call attantion to a matter/question
D: divide something by analysis
E: consider, taking something into account, arranging something
F: consider, think of
G: go through, guide through a procedure step by step
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Comments  
Aevara,
The purpose of the forum is to help leaners to develop English skills and knowledge. You won't achieve either by having someone do the work for you. I am sure if you give it your best effort, someone will respond to you.
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I have already searched for the meanings on the internet... but those idioms are really tricky... I put MINE answers there... but I am really NOT SURE about whether they are correct.
Thanks for the link. I have already inspected it for answers... but to tell you the truth, it hasn´t helped me as much as I thought it would. It´s really tricky! : )
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