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Grammar Practice Activity for English students:
Slang Expressions 7

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pain in the neck
My husband's best friend is a pain in the neck.

paper-pusher
Our government is filled with paper-pushers.

party animal
You're too smart to be a party animal.

party-hearty
We need to party-hearty now because we finished the project.

paw
Get your paws off of my daughter’s body.

peanuts
She is not going to work for peanuts.

piece of cake
Doing statistics for me is a piece of cake.

pig
He is a pig at parties.

pig out
Let's go to the all you can eat pizza night and pig out.

pit stop
Let's make a pit stop at the next rest area.

plastered
He drinks too much and is always plastered after work.

pooped out
He pooped out before we even started to do the hard work.

pro
She is really a pro at leading aerobics.

prod
Can you give him a gentle prod next week so he doesn't forget?

psyched up
The football players are really psyched up for the Super bowl.

psycho
She is a psycho. She should be in a hospital.

puke
I feel like I am going to puke.

put the moves on
You should give up trying to put the moves on her. She is married.

put-on
It was an elaborate put-on which I almost believed.

quarterback
Who is going to quarterback the project?

quick buck
he needs to make a quick buck.

rack
I have to hit the rack by nine or I'll be tired all day tomorrow.

racket
There sure was a lot of racket upstairs last night.

rag
My father still reads the same old rag.
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