The Idiom Quiz
Are you the king or queen of idioms? Well, we've got a challenging English quiz for you today, where we ask you to complete idioms of the English language, as well as ask you some questions about others. Are you ready for a linguistic challenge?
How's Your English Grammar?
Trope Idiom Similie Noun What is a word or a group of words that is self-contradicting called? Oxymoron Synecdoche Antithesis Litotes In grammar, what is the name of a word that adds meaning to the basic meaning of the main verb?
You'll Need Both Grammar and Vocabulary For This Quiz!
While you didn't quite manage to get all of the answers right, you did well enough to prove that you've got an above-average command of the English language, especially when it comes to common idioms and sayings.
Phrases Are Everywhere, But How Many Do You Know?
This is another traditional idiom: no one knows its actual origin. However, the meaning is quite clear. Since smoke indicated fire, rumors are said to indicate truth. However, this doesn't seem a very fair phrase to use, as rumors are often quite wrong.
Are You Good At Phrases? Find Out In This Quiz