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10 Idioms You Will Be Glad To Know! Can You Guess Them?

To really understand English as it is spoken in everyday life, you need to be familiar with idioms. And yes, there are many of them, so the more you know the better for you. Because being misunderstood in this world is something you should all avoid and trust us, idioms can really do this thing. So, check this quiz and try to guess these common idioms that everyone should know.

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    It was RAINING CATS AND DOGS when I walked to work this morning.

    • There were cats and dogs in my path.
    • It was raining heavily.
    • Cats and dogs were falling from the sky.
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    He was DRESSED TO THE NINES.

    • He was naked.
    • He was having a good time.
    • He was dressed very well.
    • He was dressed like a child.
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    When you PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE, you:

    • solve your own problems.
    • start working out.
    • act independently.
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    When you DON’T HAVE TWO NICKLES TO RUB TOGETHER, you are:

    • unhealthy
    • broke
    • unlucky
    • depressed
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    When you have YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW, you:

    • have a bathtub full of rubber duckies.
    • are very happy.
    • are very successful.
    • have everything organized.
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    Once you put your _________ on these papers, you’ll be a proud owner of this car.

    • signature
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • John Hancock
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    He is always CRYING OVER SPILLED MILK.

    • He finds it hard to choose between two alternatives.
    • He is always crying when he spills his milk.
    • He always complains about what cannot be done.
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    He KICKED THE BUCKET, means:

    • He accidentally kicked a bucket.
    • He accidentally tripped while walking.
    • He died.
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    What does it mean to MISS THE BOAT?

    • You were late and you actually missed the boat.
    • You did something wrong.
    • You lost your chance.
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    When you RUN AROUND THE BUSH,

    • You are running late.
    • You do the same thing over and over again.
    • You are misleading.
    • You’re taking long time to get to the point.

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