Grammar Quiz: Cockney Rhyming Slang

Topic: Cockney Rhyming Slang | Level: Advanced

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - A tea leaf is a thief.
Q2 - Pete Tong means long.
Q3 - Tin bath means giraffe.
Q4 - Sean Ryder means cider.
Q5 - Ruby Murray means curry.
Q6 - Trouble and strife means life.
Q7 - Diet coke means joke.
Q8 - Dicky dirt means hurt.
Q9 - Cab rank means bank.
Q10 - Radio rental means mental.

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Q1 - A tea leaf is a thief.
True False
Q2 - Pete Tong means long.
True False
Q3 - Tin bath means giraffe.
True False
Q4 - Sean Ryder means cider.
True False
Q5 - Ruby Murray means curry.
True False
Q6 - Trouble and strife means life.
True False
Q7 - Diet coke means joke.
True False
Q8 - Dicky dirt means hurt.
True False
Q9 - Cab rank means bank.
True False
Q10 - Radio rental means mental.
True False

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