American English Vocabulary 1

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An American English vocabulary quiz

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Question 1

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A dog person is:
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  • Someone who likes dogs
  • Someone who behaves like a dog
  • Someone who looks like a dog

Question 2

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Select two correct definitions for "a snooze":
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  • A boring event or person
  • An afternoon nap
  • A sound of blowing your nose
  • A relaxing massage

Question 3

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What is a foodie?
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  • A person who appreciates good food
  • A professional cook
  • A loose sweatshirt

Question 4

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To "stick around" means:
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  • To stay or wait for someone
  • To create a circle with a stick
  • To glue things all over the place

Question 5

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Select two synonyms for "It is raining hard!"
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  • It's coming down in buckets!
  • It's raining buckets!
  • It is hosing down!
  • It's dropping like a flood!

Question 6

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To "give someone the creeps" means:
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  • To make someone feel scared and disgusted at the same time
  • To make someone pancakes for breakfast
  • To walk slowly behind someone in order to scare them

Question 7

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A rave review is a positive critique.
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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What does it mean "to go cold turkey"?
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  • To start a lean meat, high protein diet
  • To suddenly stop a bad habit
  • To stop moving because of a shock or surprise

Question 9

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When something is "awesome" it means that it is really nice, or it's so impressive that it inspires admiration.
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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Another way to describe getting rejected in a relationship is:
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  • To get dumped: "She dumped me!"
  • To get dropped: "She dropped me!"
  • To get dusted: "She dusted me!"

Question 11

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To "take off" means:
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  • To leave and usually quite suddenly
  • To remove one's clothes
  • To steal from someone

Question 12

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When you "let the cat out of the bag" it means that:
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  • You told someone a secret, usually by accident
  • You let animals go free from their cages
  • You dropped something that you were carrying

Question 13

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To "carry on" means to keep walking while holding something in your arms.
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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Another way to say that someone succeeded (became famous and made money) is:
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  • She made it large!
  • She made it big!
  • She did it big!

Question 15

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If something is "up to you", it means that:
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  • You can handle it
  • You will decide about it
  • You are sick of it

Question 16

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"To play it by ear" means:
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  • To listen carefully and secretly
  • To decide as you go, to improvize
  • To move your hands around your head

Question 17

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Another way to say that someone is stupid or not intelligent:
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  • Not the sharpest tool in the drawer
  • Not the sweetest cake in the kitchen
  • Not the tallest tree in the forest

Question 18

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Select all the correct meanings of a phrase "to take down":
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  • To write down some information or a statement
  • To dismantle, to separate a large structure into pieces
  • To bring to a lower position from a higher one

Question 19

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Select all slang names for McDonald's:
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  • McDuck's
  • Mickey Dee's
  • Mike D's
  • Mickey D's

Question 20

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To playfully deceive someone, to tease them, to joke with them:
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  • To pull someone's leg
  • To grab someone's tongue
  • To stretch someone's arm
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