Match the idioms on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable.
Idioms (Nature)
  • take by storm
  • be (all) at sea
  • walk on air
  • cost the earth
  • be in deep (hot) water
  • make a night of it
  • come rain or shine
  • down-to-earth
  • look like nothing on earth
  • break the ice
  • practical and sensible
  • to be confused about sth and not sure what to do
  • to have a good time during an evening
  • to cost very much
  • to attempt to become friends with someone
  • to receive a tremendous approval
  • irrespective of what happens
  • to be in serious trouble
  • to look very strange
  • to be in high spirits, happy
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FCE Idioms (Nature) 17

1) take by storm to receive a tremendous approval
2) be (all) at sea to be confused about something and not sure what to do
3) walk on air to be in high spirits, happy
4) cost the earth to cost very much
5) be in deep (hot) water to be in serious trouble
6) make a night of it to have a good time during an evening
7) come rain or shine irrespective of what happens
8) down-to-earth practical and sensible
9) look like nothing on earth to look very strange
10) break the ice to attempt to become friends with someone