ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'hit'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


Write the letter of the word(s) that best complete(s) each sentence:

a - hit a nerve
b - hit the brakes
c - hit rock bottom
d - hit the jackpot
e - hit hard
f - hit it off
g - hit and miss
h - hit the sack
i - hit the road
j - hit the nail on the head

1. You really with your analysis. = You are completely correct with your analysis.

2. Peter's mom keeps telling everyone that Peter when he met Patricia. She's beautiful, kind, and rich.

3. Our city was ( = very negatively affected) by the recession.

4. He ( = provoked an emotional response) when he mentioned the senator's ex-wife.

5. He lost his job, his house, and his friends. You could say that he .

6. I'm going to bed. = I'm going to .

7. We have to leave before rush hour. = We have to before rush hour.

8. That restaurant is kind of . Sometimes their food is amazing, while other times it's completely bland.

9. Jim and Annie really . = Jim and Annie really got along well when they met.

10. The reason that John got in an accident is that he too late.






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