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Slang and Idioms Questions - All Grades

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None Nature and the Environment
Raining cats and dogs
  1. to be raining very hard
  2. to be able to predict the weather based on the sunrise and sunset
  3. to be outside and feel the warmth of the sun on your skin
Grade 9 Everyday People and Places
None Nature and the Environment
Social butterfly
  1. the hottest days of summer
  2. someone who loves talking and being around people
  3. a process that is painstakingly slow and boring
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.11-12.2
"ILNY, It's a gr8 plce."

What is one rule the sentence above follows?
  1. Proper capitalization
  2. Proper use of an apostrophe
  3. Proper use of abbreviations
  4. Proper removal of nouns
None Nature and the Environment
Take a rain check
  1. when someone steals the attention that belongs to someone else
  2. to save something for later
  3. someone who is friends with you only when things are good
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

IN A PICKLE
  1. in a difficult situation
  2. a bad person; someone with bad influence
  3. one's offspring inherits similar traits from their parents
None Everyday People and Places
Strike gold.
  1. To be very fortunate with something.
  2. To get permission to do something.
  3. To be jealous wishing that you could have something that someone else has.
None Everyday People and Places
Give the green light.
  1. To be very fortunate with something.
  2. To get permission to do something.
  3. To have something good happen to you.
None Everyday People and Places
Chasing rainbows.
  1. To chase unattainable goals or dreams.
  2. To have something good happen to you.
  3. To get permission to do something.
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, CCRA.L.2, L.11-12.1, L.11-12.2
"Ima get me a glass of water."

The sentence above contains which errors?
  1. Incorrect capitalization
  2. Use of slang
  3. Incorrect pronoun use
  4. Both b and c
None Nature and the Environment
Indian summer
  1. the hottest days of summer
  2. a warmer than average autumn
  3. to be outside and feel the warmth of the sun on your skin
Grade 4 Food and Eating
We just had a test in math and it was very easy!
  1. We're under the weather.
  2. It was a piece of cake!
  3. You're the apple of my eye.
  4. You crack me up!
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.11-12.1
What effect have cell phones and social media had on Standard American English?
  1. They have made people more aware of Standard American English.
  2. They have bent the rules of Standard American English.
  3. They have encouraged the use of Standard American English.
  4. They have discouraged the use of Standard American English.
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.11-12.1
"Really?! OMG what from?" fails to recognize which rules of Standard American English?
  1. Incorrect use of acronyms
  2. Incorrect end punctuation
  3. Ending a sentence with a preposition
  4. Both b and c
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

IT'S A CAKEWALK
  1. in addition to; can be used in both a positive or sarcastic manner
  2. something that is easy
  3. an attitude towards an undesirable happening; that's the way things happen; that's life
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

CHEW ON THIS
  1. to commit to something more than what is possible to accomplish
  2. what you eat has an affect on your health and wellbeing
  3. to think about something
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

COOL AS A CUCUMBER
  1. someone who is relaxed or calm even during stressful times or events
  2. eating nutritious food will make you healthier, meaning you will get sick less
  3. to go crazy
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

APPLES AND ORANGES
  1. two things that are very similar; usually refers to two people
  2. to go crazy
  3. to compare to things that are unalike
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