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Illustrated Everyday Expressions with Stories 2 – Lesson 2 MCQ Test

Illustrated Everyday Expressions with Stories 2 - Lesson 2 MCQ Test

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Lesson 2 – At a coffee shop


be crazy about = like or enjoy in an extreme way

He’s always been crazy about tomatoes.
She is crazy about tennis. She plays every day.
My brother is crazy about movies. He spends all of his money going to see them.

A: I love buying new clothes.
B: Me, too. I’m crazy about shopping!

call it a day = stop working

I think you should call it a day.
Let’s call it a day!
Bill, you’ve been here for 10 hours! You should call it a day and go home.

A: It’s 7:30. Let’s call it a day.
B: Good idea. See you tomorrow.

concentrate on = focus attention forwards

Concentrate on the road!
It’s too noisy here. I can’t concentrate on my homework.
He had to concentrate on the song to hear the words.

A: Just concentrate on hitting the ball.
B: OK, coach.

get along with = be friendly with; live or work well together

I think it’s time we tried to get along with each other.
Everyone in my family gets along well with each other.
She does not get along with her mother-in-law.

A: Why aren’t you going to Beth’s party?
B: I don’t get along with her.

have a point = said when you agree with someone’s opinion

It’s spicy! You may have a point. I’ll use less pepper next time.
My sister says that I need to spend more time with my family. She has a point.
“That girl only seems stuck-up because she is shy.” “You have a point there.”

A: The blue shirt looks better, but it’s more expensive.
B: You have a point.

more often than not = usually

More often than not, I have sea food for dinner.
More often than not, he spends his holidays with his parents.
She works late more often than not.

A: We’d better take an umbrella.
B: Right. It rains more often than not this time of year.

never mind = forget; pay no attention to

Never mind your hair. You’re in the army now!
Never mind the car’s color. It runs great!
Didn’t you wash the dishes yet? Never mind. I’ll do them my self.

A: Sorry, we don’t have leather bags.
B: Never mind. I’ll look in another store.

take a look at = look at to evaluate

Take a look at that!
The doctor took a look at her foot to see if it was broken.
Please take a look at my essay and let me know what you think of it.

A: Something’s wrong with the car.
B: I’ll take a look at it after lunch.

turn out = finally be; end up

It turned out to be a sunny day.
The weather looked bad this morning, but it turned out to be a nice day.
He tried to cook a special dinner for his girlfriend, but it didn’t turn out well.

A: Good luck with your new project.
B: Thanks! I’ll let you know how it turns out.

wrap up = finish; bring to an end

I want to wrap up the team tryouts by comparing your heights. Stand together.
The senator wrapped up his speech by quoting the president.
The party wrapped up around 3 a.m. after the beer ran out.

A: It’s almost lunchtime.
B: OK. Let’s wrap up and go out to eat.


I usually get along with everyone at my office. Recently however, the woman who sits across from me bought a new cell phone. She was crazy about it. More often than not, she was chatting with her friends. It was very difficult to concentrate on work. One afternoon, we all decided to call it a day and go out for dinner. However, we made the woman promise not to bring her cell phone into the restaurant.

“Do you think you’ll survive without it?” I joked to her.

“No problem,” she said.

The evening was fun but it was getting late so we wrapped up dinner and left the restaurant. I was the last to leave and just as I was getting into my car, a waiter came running up to me.

“I found this purse at your table!” he said. I took a look at it.

“That’s my co-worker’s purse,” I said.

“Why don’t you call and leave a message on her answering machine,” the waiter suggested. “You can use the phone in the restaurant.”

We went inside. I was about to dial her home number when I had an idea. “Never mind leaving a message on her machine. I’ll call her cellular phone. That way, she can drive back before she gets all the way home.”

“You have a good point!” the waiter said.

When I called her cellular phone, a ringing noise came from her purse. It turned out that her phone was in her purse the whole time!

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