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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
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 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.11-12.1
None Everyday People and Places
Green with envy.
  1. To be jealous wishing that you could have something that someone else has.
  2. To incorporate more environmentally friendly habits.
  3. When the outcome results in pure luck and chance.
Grade 4 Money and Spending
I just bought a new car for $25,000!
  1. Break a leg!
  2. Hold your horses!
  3. That cost an arm and a leg!
  4. That's a piece of cake
Grade 4 Everyday People and Places
Susana's dog ran away.
  1. Get off my back!
  2. Curiosity killed the cat.
  3. She's a barrel of laughs.
  4. She's feeling blue.
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.11-12.1
None Everyday People and Places
What is the meaning of the idiom?

MAMA's BOY
  1. a little boy or grown man who loves his mother dearly.
  2. someone who takes care of others.
  3. a pregnant woman.
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

SPILL THE BEANS
  1. to tell someone something that was intended to be a secret
  2. something or someone cherished above all else
  3. someone who is relaxed or calm even during stressful times or events
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

BAD APPLE
  1. in a difficult situation
  2. a person with red hair
  3. a bad person; someone with bad influence
None Food and Eating
What is the meaning of the idiom?

COUCH POTATO
  1. someone who is very lazy; usually sitting on the couch and watching TV for great amounts of time
  2. something or someone cherished above all else
  3. to tell someone something that was intended to be a secret
Grade 4 Everyday People and Places
None Nature and the Environment
Red sky at night shepherd's delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning
  1. when we have a long summer that extends to make autumn warmer than average
  2. if you see a ring around the moon or sun, it could mean that rain or a storm in coming
  3. a way to predict the weather based on the sunrise and sunset
Grade 11 Slang and Idioms CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.11-12.1
Which feature of Twitter most negatively affects Standard American English?
  1. The 140 character limit
  2. The ability to retweet
  3. The ability to reply to tweets
  4. The ability to tweet images
None Everyday People and Places
Luck of the draw.
  1. To test the boundaries with risky behavior without receiving any ramifications… yet.
  2. To be good with gardening.
  3. When the outcome results in pure luck and chance.
Grade 10 Everyday People and Places
Drama Queen
  1. Someone in the drama club
  2. Someone who gets angry or upset easily
  3. Someone who wants to be an actor
  4. Someone who loves watching dramas on TV
None Everyday People and Places
Grade 4 Animals and Pets
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