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Title: Some More

Some More English Idioms
  • English Idioms and Phrases
  • Q1 You have to raise your voice a little when
    talking to him. He's a little hard of hearing.
  • (a) stubborn (b) quiet when he speaks
  • (c) deaf (d) distracted
  • Q2 I went to a real nice restaurant yesterday.
    The food cost was cheap and they
  • served a lot of food. I had to ask for a doggy
    bag because I couldn't eat the whole
  • thing.
  • (a) package to store left over food so the person
    can take it home
  • (b) dog bowl so you can give the rest of the food
    to your dog
  • (c) special order where you get smaller meal
  • (d) kid's meal
  • Q3 Fabian was a doormat. No wonder his classmates
    were always giving him a
  • hard time.

  • Q4 I invited a friend to go to a street market by
    my house where they served some
  • real good Japanese food. My friend's mom wanted
    to pay for her daughter's meal,
  • but I insisted on paying for both our meals
    myself, her mom finally said Ok, as long as
  • we go Dutch next time.
  • I pay for your meal (b) you take me with you
  • (c) you let me drive you there (d) we divide the
  • Q5 We are having a pot-luck dinner at Tim's house
    tomorrow. Everybody is invited!
  • (a) dinner where everybody brings something to
  • (b) dinner where everybody chips in
  • (c) dinner where only soup is served
  • (d) dinner where people eat and play games at the
  • same time
  • Q8 Just keep your wig on. Everything is going to
    be alright, okay?
  • (a) hold your wig so it won't fall off

  • Q9 Kyle was saved by the bell when his sister
    walked in and asked him to take her to
  • ballet practice.
  • (a) rescued from an unwanted situation
  • (b) detained from his duty
  • (c) obligated to comply
  • (d) obliged to cooperate
  • Q10 I would stay away from that guy if I were
    you, he has a screw loose.
  • is dangerous
  • (b) is annoying
  • (c) is a flirt
  • (d) is crazy

  • How Mary fell in love
  • Q1 Most people like to come home after work and
    put their feet up.
  • (a) take their socks off (b) take their shoes
  • (c) relax (d) sit down
  • Q2 Mary was exactly the same as everybody else
    but this particular night she wanted
  • to let her hair down.
  • wash her hair (b) comb her hair
  • (c) really enjoy herself (d) really comb her
  • Q3 She put her favourite CD on and turned it up
    full blast.
  • to complete volume (b) to exact volume
  • (c) to fine volume (d) to maximum volume
  • Q4 As soon as she had done that, all hell was let

  • Q5 Her next door neighbour soon got fed up to the
    back teeth with the noise.
  • grew hungry with (b) grew angry with
  • (c) grew mad about (d) grew very tired of
  • Q6 He started hammering on the adjoining wall but
    Mary carried on regardless.
  • took little interest (b) took some notice
  • (c) took not the slightest notice (d) took the
    most interest
  • Q7 In the end her neighbour decided to speak his
  • (a) say exactly what he thought
  • (b) have a chat
  • (c) say a few words
  • (d) express a point of view
  • Q8 Although he had never met her, he was
    determined to read her the riot act.

  • Q9 Mary opened the door and as soon as they saw
    each other they fell head
  • over heels in love with each other.
  • Quickly
  • (b) Utterly
  • (c) Easily
  • (d) slowly
  • Q10 A few months later they decided to knock down
    the adjoining wall and now
  • everything in the garden is lovely.
  • (a) the flowers are growing
  • (b) everything is perfect
  • (c) everything is growing
  • (d) everything is flowering