Like as a preposition animals quiz

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Animals trivia quiz on smells like, looks like, tastes like, etc.

Level: All Levels
Topic: Animals
Grammar Topic: Prepositions
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Published: 13th Jul 2022

Like as a preposition animals quiz

Animals trivia quiz on smells like, looks like, tastes like, etc.

Like as a preposition animals quiz

Student A/ Group A

If possible working with someone with the same worksheet, make up to three (totally) false options before and/ or after the true answers on your worksheet.

  1. What food flavouring does a beaver smell like?

C: It smells like vanilla.

 

  1. According to English speakers, a destructive person is like a bull in which place?

B: He or she is like a bull in a china shop.

 

  1. Trying to control people with very different opinions and/ or strong wills is like herding which animals?

C: It’s like herding cats.

 

  1. What is a cricket really doing when it sounds like it is singing?

A: It is rubbing its legs together.

 

  1. A very happy person is like a dog with two of what?

D: He or she is like a dog with two tails.

 

  1. According to the English idiom, what animal do alcoholics drink like?

B: They drink like a fish.

 

  1. Trying to sell a product or idea that no one wants or wants anymore is like flogging what kind of horse?

C: It’s like flogging a dead horse.

 

  1. What does a mole’s fur feel like?

B: It feels like velvet.

 

  1. What other bird does a peacock taste like?

D: It tastes like a turkey.

 

  1. In English, what animal does a very hot and/ or stressed person sweat like?

A: He or she sweats like a pig.

 

  1. When it looks like it is licking the air, what is a snake doing?

B: It is bringing air into its mouth to smell or taste it.

 

Test someone who has the other worksheet with your questions and options, starting with the most interesting or most difficult.

Extension: Research to write similar questions about animals and their or your five senses.

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Student B/ Group B

If possible working with someone with the same worksheet, make up to three (totally) false options before and/ or after the true answers on your worksheet.

  1. Which household bug smells like coriander?

D: A bed bug smells like coriander.

 

  1. Which fruit does a bee’s alarm signal smell like?

C: It smells like bananas.

 

  1. What does a cat’s tongue feel like?

A: It feels rough, like sandpaper.

 

  1. In the English idiom, which two animals do people who really hate each other fight like?

A: They fight like cats and dogs.

 

  1. In English, what kind of headless animal does someone with no plan run around like?

B: They run around like a headless chicken.

 

  1. How does a chimpanzee sound like when it is laughing?

C: It sounds like it is panting.

 

  1. What kind of cheese does a cricket taste like?

C: It tastes like parmesan cheese.

 

  1. Criticism that doesn’t affect someone is like water off the back of which animal?

B: It’s like water off a duck’s back?

 

  1. Someone who feels uncomfortable somewhere unfamiliar is like which animal where?

A: He or she is like a fish out of water.

 

  1. A koala looks like a bear, but what is it really?

D: It’s a marsupial (like a kangaroo).

 

  1. Which spice does a stinkbug taste like?

A: It tastes like cinnamon.

 

  1. People choosing something bad for themselves are like what animals voting for what?

D: They are like turkeys voting for Xmas.

 

Test someone who has the other worksheet with your questions and options, starting with the most interesting or most difficult.

Extension: Research to write similar questions about animals and their or your five senses.

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