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Name: Idioms Idioms are words or expressions that are used in everyday language, but have

Name:

Idioms

Idioms are words or expressions that are used in everyday language, but have a different meaning than that found in the dictionary.

Directions: Read the idioms below and write them into the correct blanks to complete the sentences.

chow down

cross your Bingers

cry wolf

dog days of summer

down to the wire

dropping like Blies

1. We were so hungry we couldn’t wait to sit and

2. Swimming in August during

is the best part of vacation!

3. It was getting

as we

struggled to Dinish our project.

4. Strep throat was going through our school and the

students were

5. It’s best not to

believe you.

; no one will

6. Our school is very close to winning the new

playground, so

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Name: Idioms Answer Key Idioms are words or expressions that are used in everyday language,

Name:

Idioms

Answer Key

Idioms are words or expressions that are used in everyday language, but have a different meaning than that found in the dictionary.

Directions: Read the idioms below and write them into the correct blanks to complete the sentences.

chow down

cross your Bingers

cry wolf

dog days of summer

down to the wire

dropping like Blies

1. We were so hungry we couldn’t wait to sit and

chow down

2. Swimming in August during

is the best part of vacation!

dog days of summer

3. It was getting

down to the wire as we

struggled to Dinish our project.

4. Strep throat was going through our school and the

students were

5. It’s best not to

believe you.

dropping like Dlies

cry wolf_; no one will

6. Our school is very close to winning the new

playground, so

cross your Dingers !

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