Idioms test

1. Become so nervous about starting something new ( such as a marriage or a new job) that you think you shouldn't do it.

2. This is an expression or saying that means that something that happened in the past or may happen again because we don't learn from our mistakes.

3.You think that your decision may not be a good one.


Mike : Liz! I never thought I'd ______ you here! I haven't seen you ______ . How are you?

Liz : Not bad. How about you?

MIke : Fine. What's new?

Liz : Nothing special.


S1 : The movie starts in twenty minutes. We'd better ______.

S2 : I 'll be right there.

6. This is an expression or saying about your true feelings, deep in your heart.

7. Someone who has enough courage to do something.

8. This is a way of saying someone to get out.

9. This means you stop doing something for a while, normally at least until the following day.

10. This is someone who is making a lot of money.


Definition (1): A set expression of two or more words that means something other than the literal meaning of its individual words.
Definition (2): An idiom is a phrase where the words together have a meaning that is different from the dictionary definitions of the individual words, which can make idioms hard for ESL students and learners to understand.


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