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  1. 5th Grade 3rd Nine Weeks 2010-2011 Terrific Tuesday Idioms

  2. Hit the books

  3. Hit the books Meaning: study For which subject do you have to hit the books the most often?

  4. Hold your horses

  5. Hold your horses Meaning: stop or wait Can you think of a more polite way to say “hold your horses”?


  6. In hot water

  7. In hot water Meaning: in trouble Describe a time when you were in hot water?

  8. In the doghouse

  9. In the doghouse Meaning: in trouble Describe a time you were in the doghouse.

  10. Keep your chin up

  11. Keep your chin up Meaning: remain cheerful in a difficult situation How do you keep your chin up on bad days?

  12. Knock over with a feather

  13. Knock over with a feather Meaning: to be very surprised Describe a time when you were surprised.

  14. Lend an ear

  15. Lend an ear Meaning: listen carefully When was the last time you needed someone to lend an ear?

  16. On the back burner

  17. On the back burner Meaning: delayed until later What do you put on the back burner so that you can study?

  18. Piece of cake

  19. Piece of cake Meaning: very easy Describe an activity that is a piece of cake for you.

  20. Pulling someone’s leg

  21. Pull on someone’s leg Meaning: teasing someone What friend or family member is most likely to pull your leg?