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Idioms Quiz
General English Questions and Answers
Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets.


1. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
We do not have a hammer but this should (do just as well) until we find one.


2. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
The man (was in jail) for robbing a bank.


3. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
My cousin's jail sentence is a (family secret).


4. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
I (do not like) the man's bad attitude towards work.


5. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
"How much did your new car (cost)?"



6. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
The woman finally (returned to normal) after becoming depressed about losing her job.


7. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
My friend is always (complaining about) the food in the cafeteria.


8. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
We managed to (gather) enough money to go on a holiday.


9. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
"You should (think about it) before you make a final decision."


10. Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
The man was not able to (endure) the bad situation at his job.


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{[as + adjective + as
as + adverb + as]
+ noun/pronoun/clause}
  • We use as ... as ... to say that two things are the same in some way.
      She's as tall as her brother.
      Can a man run as fast as a horse?
      It's not as good as I expected.
  • We can use object pronouns (me, him etc) after as, especially in an informal style.
      She doesn't sing as well as me
      In a formal style, we use subject + verb.
      She doesn't sing as well as I do.
  • After not, we can use as ... as ... or so ... as
      She's not as/so pretty as her sister.
  • Note the structure half as ... as ; twice as ... as ...; three times as ... as ; etc.
      The green one isn't half as good as the blue one.
      A colour TV is twice as expensive as a black and white.
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