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Monthly Idioms and Phrases Quiz – June Edition

Update on: 25 Jun 2024, 12:43 PM

Idioms and phrases are an integral part of the English language, adding colour, depth, and meaning to our everyday conversations and writing. These expressions provide a glimpse into the cultural nuances and historical context that have shaped the language over the years. From “raining cats and dogs” to “cold shoulder,” idioms and phrases offer creative and effective ways to communicate complex ideas and emotions concisely.

Do you think you know Idioms & Phrases then take this quiz to find out where you stand. Don’t worry if you’re not very confident – this quiz will help you learn more about these expressions. Let’s have fun and test your knowledge of Idioms and Phrases!

Q.1. “Actions speak louder than words” means:

A) What people do is more important than what they say

B) Words are always more impactful than actions

C) Actions and words are equally important

D) Actions are not as important as words

Answer

A) What people do is more important than what they say

 

Q.2. “Raining cats and dogs” means:

A) It is raining heavily

B) It is sunny outside

C) There are many animals on the road

D) It is snowing heavily

Answer

A) It is raining heavily

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Q.3. “In hot water” means:

A) In a difficult situation

B) Feeling hot and sweaty

C) Drinking hot water

D) Taking a bath

Answer
A) In a difficult situation

 

Q.4. “The ball is in your court” means:

A) It is your turn to play

B) It is someone else’s turn to play

C) You don’t have to make a decision

D) The game is over

Answer
B) It is someone else’s turn to play

 

Q.5. “Hit the sack” means:

A) Go to bed

B) Go for a run

C) Hit someone

D) Go shopping

Answer

A) Go to bed

 

Q.6. “Biting off more than you can chew” means:

A) Taking on more responsibilities than one can handle

B) Not eating enough food

C) Eating too quickly

D) Biting something hard

Answer

A) Taking on more responsibilities than one can handle

 

Q.7. “Curiosity killed the cat” means:

A) Being curious can be dangerous

B) Cats are always curious

C) Curiosity is a good thing

D) Cats are always in danger

Answer
A) Being curious can be dangerous

 

Q.8. “A penny for your thoughts” means:

A) Asking someone for their opinion

B) Offering someone money for their thoughts

C) Asking someone what they are thinking about

D) Telling someone a secret

Answer

A) Asking someone for their opinion

 

Q.9. “All ears” means:

A) Listening attentively

B) Having many ears

C) Not listening at all

D) Being unable to hear

Answer

A) Listening attentively

 

Q.10. “Burn the midnight oil” means:

A) To waste time

B) To work late into the night

C) To light a candle

D) To start a fire

Answer
B) To work late into the night

 

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