Weather Idioms

Put the correct weather-related idioms into the box in each sentence, paying careful attention to the form.

under the weather
rain on someone's parade
every cloud has a silver lining
head in the clouds
storm in a teacup
get wind of something
it never rains but it pours
under a cloud
hot under the collar
blow hot and cold
make heavy weather of something
any port in a storm

1. I only touched his new car and he went crazy. He is over-protective of it and made a real .

2. He has been ever since he was caught cheating in the exam. Everyone looks at him strangely and it will take him a long time before he is trusted again.

3. If you are feeling a bit , go and have a walk around the block, get some fresh air and try and calm down a bit.

4. Are you feeling a bit ? You have been looking a bit tired and ill since you arrived in the office this morning.

5. First the bank sent us that rude letter about our loan, then the house got broken into to, then this morning John lost his job! .

6. I can never tell what mood she is going to be in. She always and you have to be really careful around her.

7. When I lost my job three years ago, I felt so depressed but it is true that : I started my own business and have been happier ever since.

8. We have hardly any money. You will have to accept any job they offer you because we need to money desperately. We have to accept .

9. Your uncle was so happy about his new model car that he had finished but his wife turned round and really saying it was just a toy for kids.

10. It was only five miles to the next hostel but we of it due to the weight of the packs and took nearly three hours to get there.

11. I never knew about the chance of a new job at all. I only from Kathy who had overheard the managers talking at lunch in the staff canteen.

12. Daisy always - a real dreamer who finds it difficult to accept the mundane in life. She is a typical teenager!

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