The British and the American share the same language, but in other aspects they are as different as …………
cats and dogs
chalk and cheese
salt and pepper
here and there
Correct answer: GET
A. The phrase cats and dogs is often used to refer to rain (rain cats and dogs = rain heavily).
B. Chalk and cheese: completely different
They’re like chalk and cheese = They’re completely different.
C. Salt and pepper: salt and pepper color: 2 colors are mixed together, usually 1 light color and 1 dark color. (adjective, often used to describe hair color)
D. Here and there: Everywhere
⇒ Papers were scattered here and there = Papers were scattered everywhere.
The answer is NO