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"It is better to give than to receive," means. . .
a) Giving gifts is more fun than getting them. b) Don't form an opinion about something until you learn about it. c) Run away from giving gifts. d) It is better to run to the store than to drive.
"The more the merrier," means. . .
a) We have more fun when more people are here. b) We like to eat more donuts. c) Read more books. d) Run to the store more often.
"April showers bring May flowers," means. . .
a) It rains in April and then flowers bloom in May. b) April likes to go shopping with May. c) April doesn't like showers. d) Read books in April and May.
"If you can't beat them, join them," means. . .
a) Work with others if it is too hard to work by yourself. b) Beat eggs in a bowl until they are runny. c) Read more books and join the library. d) Run a race until you beat your opponent.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," means. . .
a) Everybody's idea of what is beautiful, is different. b) She has beautiful eyes. c) Behold the eyes of beauty. d) Monkeys like bananas.
"If the shoe fits, wear it," means. . .
a) If it works for you, do it. b) Wear shoes that fit you. c) Monkeys like apples. d) Big shoes hurt your feet.
"The best things come in small packages," means. . .
a) A little gift is usually better than a big gift. b) Brown paper packages are tied up in string. c) Big gifts are gross. d) Monkeys like fruit.
"You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours," means. . .
a) Do something for me and I'll do something for you. b) Monkeys like to scratch backs. c) Scratching is good for your back. d) Dinosaurs like to have cavemen scratch their backs.
"Don't count your chickens before they hatch," means. . .
a) Sometimes things don't happen the way you think they will. b) Only count chickens after they hatch. c) Chickens lay eggs. d) Chickens don't know how to count.
"Birds of a feather flock together," means. . .
a) People make friends with those who are like them. b) Birds have feathers. c) Flocking birds fly south in the winter. d) Monkeys don't like birds.
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