爱说英语Alex老师课程1:English Idioms–‘Cat’_初级英语口语 - WinKey英语
本期课程：English Idioms – ‘Cat’
Many expressions in English involve cats. In this lesson, I let the cat out of the bag, so you never have to feel lost if someone uses one of these idioms in conversation. Idioms covered in the lesson are:
2.cat’s got your tongue,
5.cat’s out of the bag,
6.raining cats and dogs.
Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions.
1)Donald Trump is a real _______. He has more money than he needs!
b) cat nap.
c) fat cat.
d) cat's tail.
2)I got a new car, so my sister had to get a new car too. She's such a ______!
3)Why aren't you saying anything? __________________?
a)Are you a cat nap?
b)Did you take the cat out of the bag?
c)Cat's got your tongue?
d)Did you make a fat cat?
4)I can't wait to get indoors. It's _______________ out here.
a)raining cats and dogs
b)a copy cat
c)a fat cat
d)a cat nap
5)I'm going to take a _______ before my test this afternoon. I didn't sleep at all last night.
6)Who let the _____________? Dad's birthday party was supposed to be a surprise.
d)cat out of the bag?
答案：c a c a c d