Read the definitions and then use them into the correct spaces for each sentence
- Large-handed – generous, charitable
- Not to lift a hand - not to help someone
- On the other hand –from a different perspective
- To be an old hand at something – to be well-qualified or have experience at something
- To catch somebody red-handed – to catch somebody while doing something wrong.
- To get out of hand – to be beyond control
- To keep one’s hand in – to keep the practice of
- To lend a hand – to help
- To overplay a hand – to overestimate your possibilities, strengths
- To know somebody like the back of one’s hand - to know somebody very well
8. My brother asked me to help him with his homework. It wasn’t difficult for me so I agreed. This means that he wanted me…………
9. My teacher told me that I overestimated myself when it comes to this project. I assume that this is too difficult for me. That means that I …………
10. We’re friends. We’ve known each other for 7 years. I know my friend …………………..
6. The political situation in Africa is not peaceful anymore. It’s very dangerous to travel there. It’s just .......
7. From time to time she rides a horse. She doesn’t want to forget this skill. She wants to ……………… this sport.