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Huh? Multiple Choice True/False Tell Me About It Which is Which? 100 100 100

Huh? Multiple Choice True/False Tell Me About It Which is Which? 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? Alan hoped his mom

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? Alan hoped his mom wouldn’t find out about his report card, but his brother let the cat out of the bag.

“Let the cat out of the bag” really means to tell something that shouldn’t

“Let the cat out of the bag” really means to tell something that shouldn’t have been told.

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? My little sister has

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? My little sister has a really big mouth.

“A big mouth” is an idiom used to describe someone who talks a lot

“A big mouth” is an idiom used to describe someone who talks a lot or cannot keep a secret.

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? James might pretend to

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? James might pretend to be nice but he is really a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

“A wolf in sheep’s clothing” is an idiom used to describe someone who is

“A wolf in sheep’s clothing” is an idiom used to describe someone who is mean or sneaky and pretends to be kind.

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? Finding your wedding ring

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? Finding your wedding ring in the grass is going to be like finding a needle in a haystack.

“Like finding a needle in a haystack” is an idiom that refers to something

“Like finding a needle in a haystack” is an idiom that refers to something that is very difficult to find.

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? After winning the spelling

Read the sentence. What does the underlined phrase actually mean? After winning the spelling bee, Karina was on top of the world!

“On top of the world” is an idiom that refers to a feeling of

“On top of the world” is an idiom that refers to a feeling of great happiness and pride.

Which of the following idioms would be used to describe someone who doesn’t listen

Which of the following idioms would be used to describe someone who doesn’t listen well? a. Ants in your pants. b. Like talking to a brick wall. c. All eyes on me.

B

B

Which of the following idioms would be used to describe someone who is very

Which of the following idioms would be used to describe someone who is very calm in a stressful situation? A. As cool as a cucumber. B. Butterflies in my stomach. C. Toot your own horn.

A.

A.

Which of the following can be used to refer to an automobile that does

Which of the following can be used to refer to an automobile that does not work properly and breaks down often? a. Driving a lemon b. Driving a watermelon c. Driving an orange.

A.

A.

Which of the following idioms can be used to refer to the sick feeling

Which of the following idioms can be used to refer to the sick feeling a person gets when he or she is nervous? A. Head in the clouds B. Stick your head in the sand C. Butterflies in your stomach

C

C

Which idiom can be used to describe the action of bragging about oneself? A.

Which idiom can be used to describe the action of bragging about oneself? A. Toot your own horn. B. Let the cat out of the bag. C. All eyes on me.

A

A

True or False? The idiom “ spill the beans” means to accidentally tell a

True or False? The idiom “ spill the beans” means to accidentally tell a secret.

True

True

True or False? The idiom “ bite your tongue” means that you should stop

True or False? The idiom “ bite your tongue” means that you should stop talking.

True

True

True or False? The idiom “laughed my head off” means that you laughed so

True or False? The idiom “laughed my head off” means that you laughed so hard that your head fell off of your body.

False

False

True or False? The idiom “raining cats and dogs” means that it is raining

True or False? The idiom “raining cats and dogs” means that it is raining very hard outside.

True

True

True or False? The idiom “ I’m all ears” means that you are listening

True or False? The idiom “ I’m all ears” means that you are listening closely.

True

True

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. William was so tired that

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. William was so tired that he decided to hit the hay early.

The sentence means that William went to bed early.

The sentence means that William went to bed early.

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. “All eyes on me!” shouted

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. “All eyes on me!” shouted the teacher from the front of the. classroom.

The sentence is showing that the teacher is asking the students to look at

The sentence is showing that the teacher is asking the students to look at her.

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. My brother thinks he is

Read the sentence. Tell what the sentence really means. My brother thinks he is so sneaky. But he is not. Just yesterday, he got caught red-handed trying to sneak cookies from the cookie jar.

The sentence is telling how the brother got caught in the act of sneaking

The sentence is telling how the brother got caught in the act of sneaking cookies out of the jar.

Read the sentence. Tell what the underlined phrase really means. “Hold your horses, ”

Read the sentence. Tell what the underlined phrase really means. “Hold your horses, ” said Bryan. “I can’t go any faster than I already am. ”

“Hold your horses” means to be patient.

“Hold your horses” means to be patient.

Read the sentence. Tell what the underlined phrase really means. My pet goldfish kicked

Read the sentence. Tell what the underlined phrase really means. My pet goldfish kicked the bucket after I forgot to feed him.

“Kicked the bucket” really means that something died.

“Kicked the bucket” really means that something died.

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “pig out”? We like to pig

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “pig out”? We like to pig out on Saturday nights. a. Act like pigs and play in mud puddles. b. Eat a lot of food like a pig.

B

B

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “spitting image”? That boy is the

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “spitting image”? That boy is the spitting image of his father. a. Someone who looks very much like another person. b. A picture painted using someones spit.

A

A

Which of the following is the correct meaning for the idiom “under the weather”?

Which of the following is the correct meaning for the idiom “under the weather”? Jim can’t go outside today because he is under the weather. A. Standing under a raincloud. B. Feeling ill or sick.

B

B

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “you are what you eat”? You

Which is the correct meaning for the idiom “you are what you eat”? You probably shouldn’t eat that. After all, you are what you eat. a. b. You will turn into whatever you eat. In order to stay healthy, you must eat healthy foods.

B

B

Which of the following is the correct meaning for the idiom “run out of

Which of the following is the correct meaning for the idiom “run out of steam”? I’ve got a lot of housework to do. I hope I don’t run out of steam before it gets done. a. Lose energy b. To run out of a steamy room, like a bathroom.

A

A