Preview 20 Quizzes about Idioms
I felt so angry that I wanted to hit him so hard that he would fall over.
a. dig him
b. dust him
c. deck him
My complaint goes ___ you, too.
Beat ………. the bush.
The farmer himself came ___ the intruders.
To “pop up” means to ___.
b. appear suddenly
c. raise your head
If you are “fed up” you have ___.
a. had enough
b. eaten enough
c. drunk too much
If you “eat humble pie” you ___.
a. accept shame
b. are defensive
Could you tell me what the amount of the bill is?
a. what’s the dirt
b. what’s the doc
c. what’s the damage
The children were full of beans today, looking forward to their field trip.
A. eating a lot
D. lively and in high spirits
“You tell them” ___ someone.
To “jump through hoops” means ___.
a. be in charge
b. obey any order
c. be naughty
His breath is totally repellant.
a. a turnoff
b. a takeoff
c. a tangle.
We ran ___ of beer when the party was half over.
To “mark time” means to ___.
a. be idle
b. be busy
c. rush around
She couldn’t keep ___ the payments so she lost the house.
I tried to talk to her, but she was as high as a ……………..
The “cream of the crop” means it is ___.
a. the worst
b. the best
When the telephone salesman told me I could buy some concert tickets for only $10.00 if I gave him my credit card number, it seemed a little fishy to me, so I hung up the phone.
a. I thought the telephone salesman smelled like a fish and I didn’t like that.
b. I thought the phone salesman was a dangerous fish and he scared me.
c. I thought the phone salesman was dishonest and I felt suspicious of him.
Don’t let yourself be taken ___ by anyone.
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