English Slang Idioms (417)

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1

    "You have it pretty good, so why do you look at life as if the ..... is half empty instead of half full? Why are you such a pessimist?" Kurt asked Lewis.

  • 2

    "Sorry, I'm going to have to sit this one out. Going to loud, noisy bars late at night is not my .....," Nick admitted.

  • 3

    "Well, this is my house, ..... as it is. It's old and needs paint, but I like it," Harris said to Jennifer.

  • 4

    "I'm sorry I'm late. I turned on the TV and 'Emergency Room' was on. I wasn't intending to watch more than ten minutes of it, but I got ..... in," Bill said to Eileen.

  • 5

    "My sister tells me she's in love with her boyfriend, who's 25 years older than she is. What she loves, in my opinion, is his money. He's just her sugar .....," Lisa told Kim.

  • 6

    "Rebecca's always been a gold ....., though. She's always been more after money than love," Kim said to Lisa.

  • 7

    "I'm really in the mood for some tacos. Is it OK if we go out to a Mexican restaurant for lunch?" Jared asked. Paul replied, "Mexican food would ..... me fine. Let's do it!"

  • 8

    "I know I did something to offend you; you're just too polite to mention it. Please don't sugar..... it; tell me straight out what I did," Jack requested.

  • 9

    "I'll be ready to go to baseball practice in five minutes, Dad. I just have to suit ..... and grab my bat and glove," Bobby told him.

  • 10

    "I don't want to go for Chinese food again with the family. I want to stay home and watch a movie. I'm old enough to stay alone," Dick said. His dad replied, "Well, suit ..... then. If you want to stay home, you can."

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