idioms
what is it
simile or metaphor
vocabulary
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tough as nails

Your strong and tough

100

money doesn't grow on trees

money is easily available

Type: idiom

100

like brighter than a lightbulb

extremely bright - simile

100

comparison of two unlike things

simile

200

you can say that again

I agree idioms

200

it's up in the air

unsure about the outcome of something

Type: Idiom

200

as faster as a lightning bolt

You are really fast - simile

200

Comparison of two unlike things by saying one thing is a dissimilar object or thing

metaphor

300

change of heart

changed your mind iioms

300

_______ is more comfy than a blanket

something is very comfortable - 

Type: metaphor

300

as sweet as sugar

something is really sweet 

Type: simile

300

phrase or expression that typically presents a figurative, nonliteral meaning attached to the phrase.

Idioms

400

im all ears

Im here to listion

400

the world is yours

get what you want if you put your mind to it 

type: idiom

400

as tough as a bear

your really tough simile

400

Multi-meaning Words  are

words that are spelled and pronounced the same but have a different meanings depending upon the situation.

500

speak your mind

say how you feel idioms

500

in the same boat

two or more people who are dealing with the same issue.

Type: idiom

500

salter than salt

something is really salty - metaphor

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Find the 2 idioms and the 1 multi-meaning word in the sentence below. Tell what the MMW means.

The governor blew a gasket when he read the paper after the reporters had misquoted him to stir the pot before the election.

blew a gasket - idiom

stir the pot - idiom

blew - multi-meaning word

1) thrusting air from lungs through your mouth

2) pressed on the horn of a car

3) an angry outburst.


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