Englishjer.co #SuperRandom Quiz (Idiom Edition)
English is filled with idioms. A lot of them have profound origins, some of them are funny, wacky, and interesting. Test your knowledge on idioms here!
What is the meaning of "a piece of cake"?
"Hit the sack" means to sleep. What can you replace 'sack' with?
If you have been a mechanic for donkey's year, it means...
Sarah wanted to date Hanif, but she took too long making up her mind and now Hanif is with someone else. You could say Sarah...
If you're cool, what is the plant associated to you?
Which one of these has the same meaning as "Pushing Daisies"?
Lady Gaga sang "poker face" and said she won't tell you that she loves you. When is a "poker face" useful?
If you say "I smell a rat!" It means you suspect...
Hanif just broke up. What is a good idiom to use to comfort him?
Which of these idiom best describes the situation of being angry or annoyed?
Idioms are hard, I know!
It's okay, idioms are the hard parts of the English language so don't be too hard on yourself! you can train yourself by reading more books (the classics are recommended!) - once you are confident about a few idioms, try using the, in your tweets or status updates :)
I think I've heard this before!
I know you might be confused by some idioms, and some idioms you probably hear too much! But it's all part of learning. Try to remember basic idioms you might use in your daily life.
Idioms? No problem!
if you can understand and use idioms, you can use English like it's your first language! So congratulations! But remember, it's not enough to know - do use them. They are very powerful sentence enhancers.
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