FCE Idioms (Health)

Match the idioms on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • be in a family way
  • kick a habit
  • on the mend
  • as pale as a ghost
  • beat somebody black and blue
  • be on your last legs
  • a bag of bones
  • die with one's boots on
  • a picture of health
  • a bundle of nerves
  • to hit somebody until they are covered with bruises
  • to break or stop a bad habit
  • a very thin person or animal
  • a very nervous or anxious person
  • pregnant, going to have a baby
  • to be very weak or in bad condition
  • extremely pale
  • to die while you are still involved in your work
  • in a very healthy condition
  • getting better after an illness or injury