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Confusing words worksheet for class 3

Fill in the blanks. 1. He was standing ……………………. the temple. a) beside b) besides 2. I didn’t find anything …………………. a) there b) their 3. They have never invited me to ……………….. parties....

Head and mind idioms

Here are some idiomatic expressions involving the word head, brains or mind. Be able to do something standing on your head When you are able to do something standing on your head, you are...

Hair idioms

Here are some idiomatic expressions involving the word hair. Bad hair day When your hair is unmanageable, it is quite natural to have a bad hair day. Over the years, however, this expression has...

Idioms with work

Here are some idiomatic expressions involving the word work. Get worked up To get worked up is to become excited, angry or stressed. Celebrity gossips are a dime a dozen and it is easy...

I am busy

I am / was busy + (verb-ing) When you are busy you have much to do. The structure I was busy is followed by an –ing form. It is used to talk about activities...

Would rather

I’d rather + (verb) This structure is used to suggest that you would like to do one thing more than another. In informal speech I would is pronounced as I’d. You can learn more about...