Idiom Worksheets To Print:
What's The Meaning Of This? -
Find the word and explain what it means, in context that is offered up to you. You may need to circle back over this.
Their Meaning -
"Hitting the hay" and "icing on the cake" are well represented in literature too. See first if you understand what you need to do and then just go do it.
Common Expressions - Some of these sayings were new to me. Then again, some of these sentences are really long.
Sky Is the Limit - Biting off more than you can chew is how I would describe my life today. How is your day going?
Underline Them - See if
you truly understand these sentences. Just throw in an underline where you feel it applies.
What's That Mean? - Determine
the meaning of the idioms used in these sentences. Take your time not everything is clear to see.
Skipping Along - Read each
sentence and write the meaning that feel best declares the intent of the writer that is behind this work.
Animal Idioms - Complete
each idiom with the correct animal word. Animals need a great deal of care and attention.
Everyday Idioms - These
are so common that you might miss them. The subjects and verbs do bounce around though.
More Animals - Insure you
write the verbs in the correct form. It is best to reread along the way.
Fill in the Blanks - Focus
on the word in the bracket and go from there. Real focus on it for the win.
Circling the Mat - Circle the Idioms
in each of these sentences. This may ask more of you.
Eating and Food -
Draw a line between the words on the left and match them with the
words on the right.
What's it Mean? -
Write what you think each highlighted idiom means. Take your time to come to an opinion.
Do It Again - Round
2 is up for you. It is all about looking for an expression that means something other than the
literal meaning of its individual words.
Take 3 - We progress will a medium strength worksheet here. Your might need to push more vocabulary.
Again - We turn up the heat. These are a bit more difficult to understand.
One Last Time - One last review for you. Here is a worksheets for the road. There we go again!
More of the Big List
- I wish my kids, "Never bit the hand that feeds them." That is simple the understanding that they are missing.
The List Continues
- I wonder who thought up "Water under the bridge."? What is the best advice that is offered?
The Biggest List
- Stay positive we these even if you have a great deal of explaining to do.
More Related Topics:
Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs - This is a look back at time to sayings that are not meant to be taken literally, but do have a great deal of affect.
Word Meanings From Context - The focus here is to understand the surrounding environment of statements that are provided to best realize the goal behind meaning.