POPULAR AMERICAN IDIOMS

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A colleague gives you a lot of extra work at the end of the day. You look at him and say'' or ''

When you say 'goodbye' to someone, you can add '' or ''

Someone tells you something you find hard to believe, so you reply '' or ''

You make a mistake and apologise. The other person smiles and says ''

You say something stupid and show you don't really know what life is all about. The other person says ''.  

You become angry and hope he gets ill, so you say ''.   

He never wants to see you again and replies ''.  

You then walk away saying '' or ''.

Someone tells you about something he has achieved.  You are not impressed, and say '' or ''.

When you say "thank you", the other person usually replies ''.

The other person does something stupid and you decide to be nasty about it.  So you say, "Don't worry about it.   ''.

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