Body Part Idioms Quiz
QUESTIONS IN THIS QUIZ
What does the idiom 'keep someone at arm's length' mean?
- To hug someone
- To avoid getting too friendly
- To stretch one's arm
- To measure something
What does the idiom 'cost an arm and a leg' mean?
- To lose body parts
- To have a surgery
- To be very expensive
- To need physical effort
What does 'pull someone's leg' mean?
- To drag someone
- To win a race
- To trip over someone
- To make fun of someone
What does it mean to 'get a foot in the door'?
- To buy new shoes
- To finally get home after a long journey
- To start in a new position or role at a low level
- To kick something
When someone really enjoys sweet-tasting foods, they have a sweet ...
When you feel extreme embarrassment or disgust, you can say that it made your .... curl.
What does it mean when you 'turn a blind eye' to something?
- You turn around
- You become blind
- You ignore something
- You watch something closely
What does 'on the tip of one's tongue' mean?
- To speak quickly
- To taste something
- To have a medical condition
- To nearly remember something
What does it mean if you're 'all thumbs'?
- You text a lot
- You are clumsy
- You are skillful
- You have extra fingers
What does the idiom 'play it by ear' mean?
- To listen carefully
- To imitate someone
- To decide how to act as you go along
- To play a musical instrument without sheet music
What does the idiom 'bend over backwards' mean?
- To physically bend in an unusual way
- To resist changes
- To try very hard to do something
- To show a lack of respect