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Get a Kick Out of Something

Do you know what the English idiom to get a kick out of something means? Look at the sample sentence below and, then, see if you can select the correct definition for this term:

Fritz gets a kick out of learning English idioms!

To get a kick out of something means...

a) to hate doing something
b) to enjoy doing something very much
c) to want to do something
d) to be afraid of doing something

For the correct answer, some sample sentences as well as a video using the English idiom
to get a kick out of something, click here.

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