ALLITERATIVE EXPRESSIONS

   hot-head      riff-raff      shilly-shally      tell-tale      tittle-tattle      topsy-turvy   
1.- You must make up your mind about the job quickly. If you any longer, they’ll withdraw the offer.
2.- He’s very calm, moderate person, but his brother is a who is liable to get very upset and even violent over political matters.
3.- Oh, I don’t believe those stories they tell about him. They’re just .
4.- “The club I belong to is very exclusive”, he said snobbishly, “They only accept upper-class people, not ordinary, vulgar ”.
5.- He denied any involvement in the murder, but police found traces of blood on his clothing.
6.- In the morning he found the whole office and realized it had been burgled.