How Well Do You Know These Common Idioms?

How well can you navigate the figurative intricacies of the english language? Take this idioms quiz to find out!

BrainCandy
Created By BrainCandy
On Apr 25, 2018

Elvis has left the building

Cry over spilled milk

Don’t give up your day job

Which of the following idioms means, do not disturb a situation as it is?

Not playing with a full deck

Whole nine yards

Which of the following idioms means, to worsen an already unfavorable situation?

Which of the following idioms means, don’t listen to what someone says too seriously?

Missed the boat

What does, "The ball is in your court" really mean?

Which of the following idioms means, deal with a problem when necessary, not before.

What does, "A penny for your thoughts" really mean?

Burn the midnight oil

Barking up the wrong tree

You aced it! You've got these idioms down!

You aced it! You've got these idioms down!

Awesome job, you ACED this one! This quiz was clearly just another, “rung in the ladder” as you climb your way towards English excellence! You clearly have a mastery of the English language and all of its intricacies used in everyday conversations. Others have, “bitten off more than they can chew” with this quiz because only 48% of quiz takers pass this one.

You should, “kill two birds with one stone” by daring your friends and family to see if they can do better than you this challenging Idioms quiz.

Oops!! You flunked this idiom quiz.

Oops!! You flunked this idiom quiz.

It's clear that you’ve, “bitten off more than you can chew” with this quiz because you didn’t get enough correct to pass. Don’t, “cry over spilt milk” through, only 48% of quiz takers pass this one so don’t think you’re playing with anything less than, “a full deck”.

You should, “kill two birds with one stone” by daring your friends and family to see if they can do better than you this challenging Idioms quiz.