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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Idiom
Level: Grade 6
Author: mwoldum
Last Modified: 7 years ago

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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
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