Figurative Language: Idioms 1: Question Preview (ID: 17130)


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Come out and swim a bit. It will take your mind off things and make the time go quicker. A watched pot never boils.
a) the gas is out on your stove b) too loud somewhere c) something feels like it's taking forever to happen if you are anxiously waiting for it to happen d) something bad is about to happen
So, put your shoulder to the wheel and get it all done.
a) the gas is out on your stove b) exercise in the car c) use your shoulder to start the car d) make a great effort to work hard
Does that name ring a bell?
a) sounds familiar b) sound unhappy c) too loud somewhere d) exercise in the car
I won't touch that with a ten-foot pole. I know my answer will only cause problems and I just want to go home.
a) help decide b) stay away from a problem c) offer advice d) Then show it
Hold your horses, her mom said. It will take you twice as long to finish if you rush and make a lot of mistakes.
a) keep your books in your backpack b) collect your things into a pile c) slow down or be patient d) help decide
Do you have ants in your pants? his mother asked him.
a) tired b) overactive and restless c) slow down or be patient d) keep your books in your backpack
Valerie had to work three jobs in order to keep the wolf from the door.
a) walk your dog on the sidewalk b) lock up your house at night c) keep from being extremely poor and starving d) slow down or be patient
At the eleventh hour, she finished the work. Thank goodness!
a) very early b) at the last minute, almost too late c) past due d) yesterday
Hold your horses, her mom said. It will take you twice as long to finish if you rush and make a lot of mistakes.
a) slow down or be patient b) collect your things into a pile c) keep your books in your backpack d) at the last minute, almost too late
Patrick's parents will certainly read the riot act to him for not finishing his chores before he went out to play.
a) seriously scold or warn someone b) protest at a gathering c) cheer someone on d) straighten up and fly right
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