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To add insult to injury means...
to strenuously avoid
to make matter worse
without much of a reason at all
a dangerous situation
A blessing in disguise is...
there's going to be trouble
a welcome solution in a bad situation
a bad situation from which may come good
to get on with something despite unpleasantness
It never rains but it pours ...
it's too early to come to a conclusion
it is complicated
things will turn out for the best in the end
when something goes wrong other things goes wrong too
To reinvent the wheel means...
wasting time doing work that's already been done
a trustworthy basis for something
a meaningful silence
in full health
Why shouldn't you use clichés in your writing?
They're considered boring and corny
It's hard to figure out their true meaning
They're not used often enough to be well-known
They use complex, tricky words
How can an idiom become a cliché?
By changing certain words
By having more than one meaning
By becoming popular
By being overused
Love is _________.
and the beast
is in the eye of the beholder
It's too good _________________________.
to be true
to be real
to be done
Every cloud has __________________________.
a hidden rainbow
a silver lining
a lot of raindrops
blue sky behind it
To stand on your own two feet means...
to learn how to walk.
to jump up and down
to become independent
to get rid of your crutches
Only time will ___________.