20 most useful idioms about driving – quick test
Once you’ve read the list of idioms about driving, test your skills with this exercise. When you have finished, click ‘View questions’ for more information about your answers.
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Instructions: Select the correct definition for these idioms.
Something to get (someone) from A to BCorrectIncorrect
‘A Sunday driver’CorrectIncorrect
‘The roads are chock-a-block’CorrectIncorrect
‘Need some wheels’CorrectIncorrect
‘A backseat driver’CorrectIncorrect
Instructions: type in the missing word in each of these sentences.
What are the missing words in the sentences below?
He’s driving me up the with all his questions – he never stops!
The government is very of the road- they don’t lean to far left or too far right.
I don’t want to go – only Diana and her boyfriend will be there, so I’ll feel like a wheel.
He’s a travelling salesman, so he spends a lot of his time on the visiting clients.
Most people think Bill Gates is the driving behind Microsoft, but actually he has a large team of people working with him.