Reading comprehension

Read the article ‘Words, Words’, about idiomatic expressions with the word ‘school’, on pages 18-19 of English Now No 99. Then match the definitions on the left with the correct expression on the right.
1. traditional, old-fashioned
a. drop out of school
2. to give away a secret
b. the old school tie
3. describes someone who doesn’t do things in a conventional way
c. well-schooled
4. People who don’t finish their studies do this.
d. old school
5. a method of learning through experiences of life, sometimes difficult ones
e. school of hard knocks
6. skilled
f. too cool for school
7. If you receive help from someone from your old school, you are using this network.
g. to tell tales out of school

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