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慣用句(かんようく)クイズ

はどれでしょう

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ってはいけないことをしゃべってしまう。
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(きげん)く、ひねくれてしまうこと。
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(かんしん)する、(そんけい)する。
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する。
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(ひみつ)などをしゃべらない。
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