Idioms with Body Parts

Choose the equivalent or near-equivalent sentences.
Use the boxes on the left to write your choices.
Then click on the answer button to see if your answer is correct.

1. You did it. You have to face the music.
2. Yes. You hit the nail on the head.
3. You two don't see eye to eye.
4. You have to learn it by heart.
5. You are an old hand at teaching.
6. That's great! You keep everything under your thumb.
7. You don't want to stick your neck out, do you?
a. You have to memorize it.
b. You're experienced.
c. You have control of the situation.
d. You don't want to take the risk.
e. You have to accept the consequences of you actions.
f. You don't agree with each other.
g. You're absolutely right.

Copyright (C) 1998 Vera Mello (vcqm@ruralsp.com.br)
This quiz is part of the HTML-Only Self-Study Quizzes which is part of Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal.