Apple idioms

There may not be any truth to the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but this quiz on common expressions with the word apple might help make your language skills healthier! In the questions below, choose the right meaning for each apple idiom.

1. When talking about our neighbours’ daughter, we always say that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
2. Steve often says that Suzanne is the apple of his eye.
3. Michael is a real apple polisher.
4. Alison and Sean are like apples and oranges.
5. Brandon doesn’t want to upset the apple cart, so he’ll go along with everyone else.
6. Gillian’s room is in apple-pie order.
7. One rotten apple spoils the barrel.
8. Lisa and Josie both like the same boy. That has become an apple of discord between them.