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  • Q1
    What does the idiom 'to pull someone's leg' mean?
    To tease or joke with someone
    To push someone away
    To ignore someone
    To take someone seriously
  • Q2
    What does the idiom 'to see eye to eye' mean?
    To fully agree with someone
    To make fun of someone
    To ignore someone
    To argue with someone
  • Q3
    What does the idiom 'piece of cake' mean?
    Something that is very hard to do
    Something that is very delicious to eat
    Something that is very expensive to buy
    Something that is very easy to do
  • Q4
    What does the idiom 'it's on me' mean?
    I don't want it
    It's not my problem
    I will pay for it
    I will sell it
  • Q5
    What does the idiom 'I'm in hot water' mean?
    Taking a hot bath
    Solving a difficult problem
    Feeling hot and uncomfortable
    In trouble
  • Q6
    What is the meaning of the idiom 'I'll keep in touch'?
    I will stay in contact with you
    I will cut off communication with you
    I never want to speak to you again
    I want to stay distant from you
  • Q7
    What does the idiom 'raining cats and dogs' mean?
    snowing heavily
    sunny weather
    windy weather
    raining heavily
  • Q8
    What does the idiom 'break a leg' mean?
    get some rest
    do some exercise
    bad luck
    good luck
  • Q9
    What does the idiom 'pigged out' mean?
    Went for a run
    Read a book
    Watched a movie
    Ate too much food
  • Q10
    What does the idiom 'not my cup of tea' mean?
    something that one does not like or enjoy
    something that one enjoys a lot
    something that is worth trying
    a type of tea from China
  • Q11

    I feel under the weather means to feel sick.

    True or False
  • Q12

    Don't make a long face means the same as feeling under the weather.

    True or False
  • Q13

    What idiom matches the picture?

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    Making a long face.

    Keep in touch.

    Feeling blue.

    Keep my fingers crossed.

  • Q14

    It was so easy!

    This test was a cake of pie.

    This test was a cake.

    This test was a piece of cake!

    This test was a piece. 

  • Q15

    ginplul ym gle

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