Want to see correct answers?
Login or join for free!
  Reading Worksheets
Looking for Reading worksheets?
Check out our pre-made Reading worksheets!
Share/Like This Page

Idiom Questions - All Grades

You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Idiom questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question. Then click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Previous Page 1 of 8 Next
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

TO BE A BOOKWORM
  1. to read a lot
  2. to follow the rules
  3. to not judge someone based on appearance
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

TO HIT THE BOOKS
  1. to read a lot
  2. to study
  3. to show yourself clearly
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

BY THE BOOK
  1. when something is done and over with
  2. a typical and dishonest action
  3. to follow the rules
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

OPEN BOOK
  1. to not judge someone based on their appearance
  2. to follow the rules
  3. someone who shares everything about their lives
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
  1. to follow the rules
  2. to not make assumptions about someone
  3. when something is done and over with
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

TAKE A PAGE OUT OF SOMEONE ELSE'S BOOK
  1. to do what someone else would do
  2. to not make assumptions about someone
  3. to like someone
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

CLOSED CHAPTER
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. when something is done and over with
  3. to follow the rules
Grade 7 Idiom
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

THE OLDEST TRICK IN THE BOOK
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. to follow the rules
  3. someone who shares everything about their lives
Grade 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

READ SOMEONE LIKE A BOOK
  1. a typical and dishonest action
  2. to copy someone else's idea
  3. someone who shares everything about their lives
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 8 Idiom
What is the meaning of the idiom?

GOOD IN SOMEONE'S BOOK
  1. to copy someone else's idea
  2. to like someone
  3. to follow the rules
Grade 5 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.5.5, L.5.5b
Read the sentence below.

When Joe stopped stealing from his mother and started stealing from stores, he jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire.

What does the idiom OUT OF THE FRYING PAN AND INTO THE FIRE mean?
  1. to get out of one bad place and into a worse one
  2. to find something that one enjoys doing daily
  3. to learn how to improve upon one's special skills
  4. to do something today instead of waiting around
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 9 Idiom
A shoulder to cry on is someone who
  1. listens to your problems.
  2. shares his food with you.
  3. has a bath every week.
Grade 8 Idiom CCSS: CCRA.L.5, L.8.5
Previous Page 1 of 8 Next
You need to have at least 5 reputation to vote a question down. Learn How To Earn Badges.