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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Figurative Language
Level: Grade 5
Score: 2
Tags: idioms
Author: rnofziger
Last Modified: a year ago

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Grade 5 Figurative Language

What does the idiom "you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" mean?
  1. Flies like vinegar more than honey.
  2. It is a waste of time to argue.
  3. People respond better to kindness.
  4. It's easier to catch someone who eats honey.
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