[ Idioms ]

To “set your sight” on something means to ___ something.
a. aim for
b. look for
c. ask for

Select your answer:
     


Random Topics:
Still, Yet, Already & JustHome vs. HouseCue vs. Queue

Next quiz: Comparative Degree (Adjective)

We couldn’t be … (thrilled) to work with him.

  1. more thrilled
  2. thrilleder


How to use : Read the question carefully, then select one of the answers button.

Tips : If this page always shows the same questions, make sure you correct the question first by pressing the "check answer" button.