'Idioms- Weather' Quiz

This is a advanced-level quiz containing 10 multichoice questions from our 'idioms' quiz category. Simply answer all questions and press the 'Grade Me' button to see your score. This exercise is also available as a printable worksheet.

Idioms- Weather

Exercise 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 ____.

Printable Worksheet

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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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