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Food names are used in many English expressions. Fill the blanks with correct food
a) Don't go b_ _ _ _ _s on me
b)That's another fine kettle of f_ _ h you've gotten me in.
c)Wow, these CDs are selling like
h_ _ _ _ _ _s.
d)I'm not going in there, because that elevator is packed like s_ _ _ _ _ _s.
e)He works as slow as m_ _ _ _ _ _s.
f)Quit b_ _ _ _ _ _ _g.

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  1. a) bananas
    b) fish
    c) hotcakes
    d) sardines
    e) molasses

    Sorry -- but I don't know f.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you so much !!!

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  3. You're very welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. For f the answer is buttering

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  5. Buttering

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  6. f is buttering!:)
    Margaret T.

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  7. buttering

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  8. F) quit buttering up the coach

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  9. Thank you so much

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  10. Thank you. I was wondering g about this term!!!!🙃

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