Idioms and Expressions: High or Tall


Choose high or tall to complete each of the following sentences. Look at the top of this page to see a definition of the idiom or expression and your score on this quiz.

1) What? You want me to read 300 pages by Friday? That's a _____ order.
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tall
2) You always act like you're better than everyone else. Get off your ______ horse.
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tall
3) Put the baby in his ______ chair. It's time for dinner.
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tall
4) Don't worry if she gets upset. She's just a little bit ______-strung
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tall
5) No, I don't really think that he caught an alligator while he was fishing. That's just one of his ______ tales.
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tall
6) You got a 600 on the TOEFL? Give me a _______ five!
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tall
7) Karin likes men who are over six feet _____.
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tall
8) Leslie doesn't like to wear ______ heels because they hurt her feet.
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tall
9) Your computer has a Dual Core processor? Wow! That's pretty _____ tech!
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tall
10) Mt. Everest is the _______ mountain in the world.
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tallest

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