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The Bard or the Bible? V

Many common phrases are based on the Bible. Others are well-known because they appear in the works of the bard, Shakespeare. Can you tell them apart?


 

Quiz ID:#16422
Fun:*** (2.77)
Difficulty:* (0.89)
Category:Literature
Created By:MarcM1098Aca*****

 

 

 



#1   "Nothing but skin and bones." This phrase appears in:




#2   "Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything." This phrase appears in:




#3   Where can you find this phrase? "Set your teeth on edge."





#4   "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth." This phrase has its origins with:




#5   "Turn the other cheek." This phrase has its origins with:




#6   Where can you find the idea to "forgive and forget" something?





#7   "You have to be cruel to be kind." This phrase has its origins with:




#8   "Spare the rod and spoil the child." This phrase has its origins with:




#9   "It's better to give than to receive." This phrase has its origins with:




#10   "Forever and a day." This phrase appears in:




#11   "The world's my oyster." This phrase has its origins with:




#12   Where can you find this phrase? "All the world's a stage."





 

 


   



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