Similes, Metaphors, & Idioms, OH MY! Quiz
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by Tiffany Shine
| 25 Questions
Note from the author:
Similes, Metaphors, and Idioms
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Which of the following is a figurative language phrase that does not mean the literal words said?
Simile
Metaphor
Idiom
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Which of the following compares two things without using like or as?
Simile
Metaphor
Idiom
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Which of the following compares two things using the words like or as?
Simile
Metaphor
Idiom
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
I put my foot in my mouth.
I shouldn't have said that.
I don't have socks on so I have to put my feet in my mouth.
My feet need to be washed.
I like the taste of feet.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The newly mopped floor was as slippery as a banana peel
simile
metaphor
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
I have so much makeup work I am losing my mind.
I am going crazy.
I have misplaced my brain.
I don't know.
I need to buy more makeup.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The boy was out in the sun for a long time. His skin was as red as a lobster.
simile
metaphor
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The boy looked out the window the morning after the storm. The snow was a blanket over the meadow.
simile
metaphor
9
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
Grumpy Harry was known for his bad moods. He had a temper like a volcano.
simile
metaphor
10
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
You drive me up the wall!
I am so happy to see you!
I am Spiderman and I can jump from wall-to-wall.
You make me crazy.
I am driving my car up a wall.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
Darcie held her tennis racket tightly. Her heart was pounding like a jackhammer.
simile
metaphor
12
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The ocean was a raging bull as the storm set in.
simile
metaphor
13
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
I am already on thin ice. I can't skip my homework tonight.
I eat cookies called thin ice.
I am super close to being in trouble.
I like to ice skate.
I'm really cold, like ice.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The sky was a huge bruise, with purple, blue, and bits of yellow.
simile
metaphor
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
It has been raining cats and dogs all day.
It is raining really hard.
I have been chasing dogs and cats all day.
Small dogs and cats have fallen out of the sky into my backyard.
Animals from the zoo have escaped.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
As the sun rose out of the lake, it was a giant, blazing lamp.
simile
metaphor
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The boy's father smiled as big as the sunrise as he reeled in the big fish he had caught.
simile
metaphor
18
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The new lotion I got from Bath and Body Works made my skin feel as smooth as silk.
simile
metaphor
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Choose the meaning of this idiom:
You have been talking too much during dinner. You need to zip your lips.
Close your mouth and stop talking.
The food doesn't taste very good for dinner.
Sew a zipper into your lips and zip them shut.
You have fake lips so you need to sew some new ones on.
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Choose whether the example is a simile or metaphor:
The soccer ball was a meteor, flying high above the sky.
simile
metaphor
21
1
What does the idiom monkey business mean?
Stop your monkey business and focus on your spelling test.
22
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What does the idiom keep your eyes open mean?
Keep your eyes open for the pink Starbursts because that's the one I want!
23
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What does the idiom break a leg mean?
I told her to "break a leg" before she danced last night.
24
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Create a sentence using the idiom can of worms.
25
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Create a sentence using the idiom hold your horses.
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