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Test 4-Idioms meaning | English Idioms and Phrases

Every language has its own idioms and expression and the English language has plenty of phrases that is useful to learn. Idioms are words or phrases that aren’t meant to be taken literally and usually have a cultural meaning behind them. Most of the English idioms you hear are offering advice’s but also contain some underlying principles and values.
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A.At the drop of a hat
B.Live High on the Hog
C.Josh (about)
D.Kill two birds with one stone
A.Pig In A Poke
B.Pick up your ears
C.Like a chicken with its head cut off
D.Drive someone up the wall
A.A penny for your thoughts
C.Mum's the word
D.Feeding Frenzy
B.Be glad to see the back of
C.Flea Market
D.Dark Horse
A.A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
B.On The Fence
C.Graveyard Shift
D.Smell A Rat
A.A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted
B.An arm and a leg
C.Add insult to injury
D.Hold Your Horses
B.Put the Pedal to the metal
C.Come Hell Or High Water
D.Start From Scratch
A.Graveyard Shift
B.New kid on the block
C.The Best Of Both Worlds
D.High Five
A.Over the Top
B.Your Guess Is As Good As Mine
C.It's One Thing After Another
D.Lose Head
A.Finger lickin' good
B.Charley Horse
C.Mum's the word
D.New York Minute

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