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Idioms can be a lot of fun and they are used quite frequently in the English language. Because of their frequent use, this quiz will deal with a few of the idioms that are related to food. As a quick review, an idiom is a word or set of words that are used to express a figurative meaning rather than a literal meaning.
For example, if you were to say, “He was given the boot,” it would not mean that he was “literally” given a boot to wear but, rather, that he was fired or kicked out of a place.
Idioms are found in many areas of language, including clothing, places, occupations and foods. This quiz will deal with idioms that relate to food. So check out the following idioms and see if you can find the true meaning of the underlined idioms.
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