Grammar Quiz: Idioms- Weather

Topic: Idioms | Level: Advanced

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - He's not very well and feeling a bit under the ____.
Q2 - I always try to put some money by for a ____ day.
Q3 - I'll be there come ____ or shine; nothing will stop me.
Q4 - Every cloud has a ____ lining.
Q5 - It ____ cats and dogs.
Q6 - Red ____ is the feeling when people get so angry they lose control.
Q7 - He's as cold as ____; he shows no emotion.
Q8 - There's a pot of gold at the end of the ____.
Q9 - An ill ____ blows no good.
Q10 - It's always darkest before the ____.

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Q1 - He's not very well and feeling a bit under the ____.
clouds
weather
rain
storm
Q2 - I always try to put some money by for a ____ day.
cloudy
rainy
stormy
Q3 - I'll be there come ____ or shine; nothing will stop me.
storm
rain
snow
sleet
Q4 - Every cloud has a ____ lining.
grey/gray
black
white
silver
gold
Q5 - It ____ cats and dogs.
shone
rained
snowed
Q6 - Red ____ is the feeling when people get so angry they lose control.
wind
fog
mist
cloud
sunset
Q7 - He's as cold as ____; he shows no emotion.
snow
winter
ice
frost
Q8 - There's a pot of gold at the end of the ____.
storm
rainbow
summer
Q9 - An ill ____ blows no good.
storm
breeze
gale
wind
Q10 - It's always darkest before the ____.
dawn
dusk

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