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In the following sentences, choose the correct meaning of the highlighted idioms on anger.
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1. The neighbors' loud music every night is 'driving me up the wall'.
making to fight with neighbor
makes extremely angry
shows how much angry with them
2. Liz, please, ''get off my back''! You've been making comments about my work all morning!
getting angry unnecessarily
leaving the place angrily
used to tell them to stop criticizing
3. When his team lost the match, Brad was like a 'bear with a sore head'.
very irritable and bad tempered
behave like a bear
bearing the pain of sore head
4. I’ve 'had it up to here' with this work.
angrily thrown up things
finished to some point of work
have suffered because of something
5. It’s horrible living with two people who are 'not on speaking terms'.
angry and refuse to speak to each other
not speaking good words
6. The manager 'gave me a real earful' about being late so often.
gave real ears without worry
shows how angry they are
suffered because of someone
7. The success of her first novel 'ruffled the feathers' of some older authors.
lost the feathers
makes someone feel annoyed
extremely angry and refuse to talk
8. It’s really 'put the cat among the pigeons' if you try to bring that up at the meeting.
throw the cat in with the pigeons
explode with anger
doing something makes a lot of people angry
9. My sister 'went spare' when she found out I’d wrecked her bike.
to get extremely angry
got the spare one
suffered because of something
10. Teacher 'went off the deep end' when someone flew a paper aeroplane in the classroom.
went out of the classroom
unexpectedly become very angry
suffered and shows how much angry they are with them
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Idioms - Anger
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