Preview 20 Quizzes about Idioms
To “talk back” is to ___.
a. ask a question
c. answer rudely
She had to bring ___ the children by herself.
It was cheap.
To not be able to speak or move because of fright or worry is the same as to ___ up.
You should listen to the other side of the argument before you decide.
If it’s “on the QT”, it’s ___.
b. on credit
Who might use salty language?
A. The one who walks on eggs.
B. The one who is crusty.
C. The one who simmers down.
D. The one who takes the cake.
To be “neck and neck” means to be ___.
a. angry with each other
b. like someone a lot
c. exactly even
If you are a “know-it-all”, you are ___.
a. over confident
c. a little strange
Time goes ___ quickly, my dear.
I am so tired today because I ___ up early.
To be “on edge” is to be ___.
That man runs ___ his monthly salary in less than a week.
My back is really painful, since I put it ___.
Oh no, not another pimple!
Plead the ……….
To start on a journey is to ___.
a. set in
b. set by
c. set off
I can’t believe he ___ up the bill and paid for our dinner.
To think about something that has happened is to ___.
a. run over
b. go over
c. go with
Wow, that is a great car!
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