Exercise using numbers with idioms and proverbs

How to complete the exercise on numbers idioms and proverbs

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Exercise numbers idioms and proverbs 

We found out all the ideas we had for the new product’s name were already registered trademarks of our  competitors, so we had to go back to square                                     

It wasn’t such a bad mistake, but the manager already had                       strikes against him and so finally he was transferred to a less important branch.

He said the only reason negotiations broke down was because our suppliers were being inflexible, but I say it takes             to tango.

I’m in                   minds about whether to accept the offer or not

Since we found out that the section managers are secretly dating each other, the employees have all been making excuses for not joining them for drinks in the evenings. As they say: two’s company,                      ’s a crowd.

I’m determined to get his permission, even if I have to get down on all                           _s beg

With a nine to                      executive attitude like that, he seems better suited to being clerical staff than a sales

The Sales Department and the Marketing Department both laid all the blame on each other for the unsuccessful third quarter, but I think it was               of one and half a dozen of the other

We thought we were going to have to look for another supplier, but at the                          th hour we solved our last remaining disputes and signed a new contract. 

I can think of a                         and one reasons why that new employee won’t be able to do this job.

I’ve told my secretary a                               times not to put any calls through to me when I’m meeting client, but she’s too scared to ever say no to my boss

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