In this episode from Perfect English Podcast, you will learn some idioms to express situations being close to danger. After you listen, check your understanding with a short quiz.

 

Perfect English Podcast Episode 26 Audio

 

Perfect English Podcast Episode 26 Quiz

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Choose the option that best explains the idiom in the following sentence:

We won the match by the skin of our teeth.

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Choose the option that best explains the idiom in the following sentence:

The crew had a narrow escape when the pilot made a crash landing.

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Choose the option that best explains the idiom in the following sentence:

The economy is hanging by a thread.

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Choose the option that best explains the idiom in the following sentence:

You're taking your life into your hands crossing the road here.

Correct! Wrong!

Choose the option that best explains the idiom in the following sentence:

I prefer getting to the station early, but Lee always cuts things fine.

Correct! Wrong!

Perfect English Podcast Episode 27 - Idioms: Being Close to Danger Quiz
Perfect English Podcast Episode 27 Quiz

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Take this quiz to check your understanding of idioms to talk about being close to danger, which was the content of episode 26 from Perfect English Podcast.

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