Idioms and Proverbs 2 (Years 6)

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1. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

John: Do you think that Jane is in love with Stephen? Bob: Yes! You've __________!

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2. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

To __________ means to follow the crowd.

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3. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb

Jane fell __________ in love with Stephen.

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4.Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

You need to write it down. We need to have it __________.

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5. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I'm nervous about giving my presentation. I'm getting __________!

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6. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

My big exam is tomorrow, so I plan to stay up late studying and __________.

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7. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Wow, that was easy! It was __________!

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8. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Let's take a group photograph. After all, __________.

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9. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Yes, she looks very plain, but __________; actually, she's a princess!

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10. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I always wake up at six in the morning. I believe that __________.

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11. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

These boxes are so heavy! Could you __________?

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12. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

When I lived in Japan for a year, everything was strange. I felt like a __________.

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13. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Wow, I can't believe you spotted the mistake so quickly. You've got __________.

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14. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

John: Can I tell you my plan? Sam: Sure. __________ .

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15. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

You look __________. What's wrong?

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16. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

She was __________ about winning the first prize in the competition.

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17. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

One day, __________, my father decided to buy a helicopter.

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18. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

The rumour about Charlie is true. I heard it __________.

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19. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Don't spend all of your pocket money. After all, __________.

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20. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

He always buys chocolates for his daughter. She's __________.

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Idioms and Proverbs 2 (Years 6)
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