Grammar Quiz: Children and Babies

Topic: Idioms | Level: Advanced

Online English Quiz

Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - A brown-eyed boy is someone's favourite person.
Q2 - If something is child's play, it is very dangerous.
Q3 - A tar kid is a problem that gets worse when people try to fix it.
Q4 - If a woman is with child, she has given birth.
Q5 - If you're like a kid in a supermarket, you are excited about something.
Q6 - If you rob the cradle, you steal from babies.
Q7 - If something is in embryo, it hasn't begun.
Q8 - People who help their friends and family to get work give jobs for the girls.
Q9 - If something comes out of the mouths of babes, it is complete rubbish.
Q10 - A new kid on the black is someone who has recently joined a company, organisation, etc..

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Q1 - A brown-eyed boy is someone's favourite person.
True False
Q2 - If something is child's play, it is very dangerous.
True False
Q3 - A tar kid is a problem that gets worse when people try to fix it.
True False
Q4 - If a woman is with child, she has given birth.
True False
Q5 - If you're like a kid in a supermarket, you are excited about something.
True False
Q6 - If you rob the cradle, you steal from babies.
True False
Q7 - If something is in embryo, it hasn't begun.
True False
Q8 - People who help their friends and family to get work give jobs for the girls.
True False
Q9 - If something comes out of the mouths of babes, it is complete rubbish.
True False
Q10 - A new kid on the black is someone who has recently joined a company, organisation, etc..
True False

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