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Idioms at Lunch Time

Food is a feature of many idioms in the English language. How many of these do you know?


 

Quiz ID:#25537
Fun:*** (2.79)
Difficulty:* (0.9)
Category:Humanities > Linguistics
Created By:dalfamnestAnz******

 

 

 



#1   Because he brought so much honour and fame to the family, Adam was often said to be the ____ of his father's eye.

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#2   "You can't have your _____ and eat it", means that if you choose one action, you will lose the chance of another desirable option.







#3   Which of the following means the 'best of the bunch'?







#4   A person involved in making a decision might be said to have _____.







#5   A person with lots of energy and enthusiasm for a task is often said to be full of _____.

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#6   People or situations which are quite different might be described as "chalk and _____".

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#7   Advice from a less than reliable source should be taken with _____.







#8   To "spill the beans" means to maintain suspense and keep something secret a little longer.




#9   "Think!" means the same as _____.







#10   Something that I don't enjoy might be described as "not my _____".







 

 


   



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