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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) English as a Second Language ESL Questions

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Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
We just had a test in math and it was very easy!
  1. We're under the weather.
  2. It was a piece of cake!
  3. You're the apple of my eye.
  4. You crack me up!
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
Alex is so sick that he can't get out of bed.
  1. He can't believe his eyes.
  2. He's all bark and no bite.
  3. He's sick as a dog.
  4. He let the cat out of the bag.
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
"You're the apple of my eye" means that someone thinks you're special.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
Susana's dog ran away.
  1. Get off my back!
  2. Curiosity killed the cat.
  3. She's a barrel of laughs.
  4. She's feeling blue.
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
"Keep your hair on" means "don't cut your hair".
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
I just bought a new car for $25,000!
  1. Break a leg!
  2. Hold your horses!
  3. That cost an arm and a leg!
  4. That's a piece of cake
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
When someone says "I feel like a million dollars", they
feel angry.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
"Hold your horses" means "hurry up"!!!
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
My teacher lost his head! He was
laughing at the class.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
If I say "I'm pulling your leg", what does that mean?
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
She "let the cat out of the bag". What did she do?
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
When would you tell someone "keep your chin up"?
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
Describe a situation when you would use the
idiom "break a leg".
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
Describe a time when you should "bite your tongue".
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
What would you say to your friend if he told a really funny joke?
Grade 4 :: English as a Second Language ESL by Loubelle
What does it mean if somebody tells you
"You're on the ball".
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