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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Idiom Questions

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Grade 6 Idiom
"It's raining cats and dogs," is an idiom that means it is raining
  1. a lot.
  2. tomorrow.
  3. cats and dogs.
  4. under the bridge.
Grade 6 Idiom
Read the sentences below.

Today has been a great day. I met all of my goals. I married the love of my life. I feel like I'm on top of the world.

What does the idiom ON TOP OF THE WORLD mean?
  1. Someone is very happy.
  2. Someone is not feeling good about something.
  3. Someone is worried about tomorrow.
  4. Someone is not sure what they should do next.
Grade 6 Idiom
What is the meaning of on pins and needles?
  1. learn something new
  2. have extra of something
  3. need rest
  4. feel nervous
Grade 6 Idiom
If you are feeling under the weather you are:
  1. happy
  2. not feeling well
  3. silly
  4. not excited
Grade 6 Idiom
What does "on cloud nine" mean?
  1. feel great
  2. feel afraid
  3. be in the air
  4. want something
Grade 6 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.6.4
What does "jumped the gun" mean?
  1. to win a race
  2. to jump in the air
  3. to start early
  4. to start late
Grade 6 Idiom
What is the correct way to write the idiom that means "to change one's life for the better"?
  1. turning over a new leaf
  2. turning under a new leaf
  3. turning onto a new leaf
  4. turning above a new leaf
Grade 6 Idiom
What is the correct way to write the idiom that means "to understand something completely"?
  1. hit the nail with the head
  2. hit the nail on the head
  3. hit the nail over the head
  4. hit the nail to the head
Grade 6 Idiom
What does the idiom go for broke mean?
  1. lose a lot
  2. be careful
  3. risk it all
  4. have nothing
Grade 6 Idiom
What is the correct way to write the idiom that means "not very often"?
  1. once in a blue moon
  2. once over a blue moon
  3. once with a blue moon
  4. once on a blue moon
Grade 6 Idiom
What is the correct way to write the idiom that means "to agree" or "to look at something the same way"?
  1. of the same page
  2. in the same page
  3. on the same page
  4. to the same page
Grade 6 Idiom
What does the idiom "the icing on the cake" mean?
  1. a useless plea for help
  2. an additional good thing
  3. an unusual occurrence
  4. a necessary task
Grade 6 Idiom
What does mountain out of a molehill mean?
  1. To turn a molehill into a mountain
  2. To accomplish a difficult task very quickly
  3. To capture a mole
  4. To exaggerate or make something out to be more than what it is
Grade 6 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.6.4

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What does out the door mean in this passage?
  1. To be kicked off the team
  2. To leave one's house
  3. To enter one's house
  4. To throw something
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