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Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.4.5, L.4.5b
"The grass is not always greener on the other side" means...
  1. Be happy with what you have; what may appear to be better, may not be.
  2. everyone should grow grass
  3. you are what you eat
  4. sometimes there is brown grass on the other side of the fence
Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.4.5b
"It's raining cats and dogs," is an idiom describing that it is raining                .
  1. water
  2. cats and dogs
  3. a lot
  4. a little
Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.R.4, CCRA.L.5, RL.4.4, L.4.5, L.4.5b
At halftime, Coach Durkes' rousing speech pumped up the football team.

What does pumped up mean in the sentence above?
  1. To discourage
  2. To inflate something
  3. To be unfair
  4. To inspire someone for a difficult task
Grade 4 Idiom
What does the following idiom mean?

Tomorrow's test will be a piece of cake.
  1. Someone will be serving cake.
  2. The test will be easy.
  3. The class will be eating cake tomorrow.
  4. The test will be cut into pieces.
Grade 4 Idiom
What does the following idiom mean?

You are the apple of my eye.
  1. Eating apples improves your health.
  2. You were hit in the eye with an apple.
  3. Refers to someone that is well loved.
  4. Refers to someone that is hated by many.
Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.R.4, CCRA.L.5, RL.4.4, L.4.5, L.4.5b

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What is the meaning of make heads or tails?
  1. To figure out
  2. To flip a coin
  3. To go crazy
  4. To run a race
Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.4.5
During the Science 9 Weeks Exam, Katrina commented that the test was a "piece of cake" Explain what she meant in that statement.

"That test was a piece of cake!"

                     The test was easy!                     
Grade 4 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.4.5b
Why did the chicken cross the road is an example of what type of idiom?
  1. pun
  2. joke
  3. palindrome
  4. idiom
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