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English idiom
I feel really good about this class. I'm going to ace the exam tomorrow.

Idiom definition
I feel really good about this class. I'm going to do well or excel in the exam tomorrow.

Correct answer: (b) do well or excel in

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His mom was really bent out of shape because he got home late last night.

Idiom definition
His mom was really angry because he got home late last night.

Correct answer: (a) angry

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Johnny has a really big mouth. You can't tell him anything or the whole world will know about it.

Idiom definition
Johnny has a really talkative nature and doesn't keep secrets well. You can't tell him anything or the whole world will know about it.

Correct answer: (a) talkative nature and doesn't keep secrets well

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Our manager made a big stink about the slight decrease in sales last month.

Idiom definition
Our manager made a big fuss about the slight decrease in sales last month.

Correct answer: (b) big fuss

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English idiom
Richard received a large inheritance last year but he blew all of his money on silly things and now he's broke.

Idiom definition
Richard received a large inheritance last year but he spent all of his money on silly things and now he's broke.

Correct answer: (a) spent all of his money

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English idiom
Kathy was ready to blow a fuse when she found out someone stole her patent idea.

Idiom definition
Kathy was ready to lose her temper when she found out someone stole her patent idea.

Correct answer: (c) lose her temper

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The college students went out to a club last night and got bombed because the school year ended.

Idiom definition
The college students went out to a club last night and got drunk because the school year ended.

Correct answer: (a) got drunk

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The class went bonkers as soon as the teacher left the room.

Idiom definition
The class acted in a wild, crazy manner as soon as the teacher left the room.

Correct answer: (a) acted in a wild, crazy manner

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English idiom
Christie fell down and got a boo-boo on her arm so she cried until her mother picked her up.

Idiom definition
Christie fell down and got a bruise on her arm so she cried until her mother picked her up.

Correct answer: (b) bruise

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If Randy doesn't get with it, he'll fail the entire school year.

Idiom definition
If Randy doesn't become aware of his situation, he'll fail the entire school year.

Correct answer: (a) become aware of his situation

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