FCE Idioms 4

Match the idioms on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • pluck up (the) courage
  • come in handy
  • face the music
  • paint the town red
  • be in two minds about something
  • live from hand to mouth
  • have butterflies in one's stomach
  • pull a long face
  • let the cat out of the bag
  • bring the house down
  • to accept and deal with the unpleasant result of sth
  • to be unable to decide what you think about sb/sth
  • to have a great time; to go out drinking, dancing etc.
  • to have a nervous feeling in your stomach
  • to reveal a secret
  • to have hardly enough money to survive
  • to look very disappointed and sad
  • to force yourself to be brave
  • to get great approval and applause from an audience
  • to be useful