This TOEFL structure practise test includes only idioms questions which are part of the TOEFL Structure section.
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Josie saw a mouse and “blacked out”. What does this mean?
She started to scream in rage
She closed her eyes
“I think I’ve come down with something.” I said this after I drank some expired milk. What did I mean?
I think I’m going to sleep to get better.
I think I’m going to throw up.
I think I’ve become sick with something.
I’m going to have my yearly check-up tomorrow. What’s a check-up?
A prescription for drugs
A doctor’s examination of a patient
A cheque to pay medical bills
Mom said, “I’m back on my feet!” What does she mean?
I can touch the floor!
I’m healthy again!
I can stand now!
“I’ll give her a taste of her own medicine!” I sneered. While this isn’t an expression used to describe health, what does it mean?
I won’t talk to her.
I’ll treat her the same way she treated me.
I’ll make her sick.
Jessica said, “I’m going under the knife.” This means:
She’s going to the eye doctor to get her eyes checked.
She’s going to kill herself.
She’s going to have an operation in surgery.
I’m feeling under the weather.
I’m feeling sick
I’m feeling very healthy.
The weather is making me sick.
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