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Name: Idioms & Phrases Mock Quiz – 4
Subject: English Grammar
Topic: Idioms & Phrases
Questions: 15 Objective Type Questions
Time Allowed: No Limit
Important for: Communication Skill, Academic Exams, Competitive, entrance exam, UPSC, RRB, CLASS 6,7,8,9,10,11,12, BA, MA Etc.
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Having no arguments to defend his point, the speaker began ‘to beat about the bush’.
The criminal was pardoned ‘at the eleventh hour’ just as he was about to be hanged.
The kenyan team proved to be the ‘dark house’ in the ICC World Cup Cricket.
“A drop in a bucket” means-
“Draw a blank” means-
“To take a task” means-
“Cut a sorry figure” means-
“Butt in ” means-
“Beyond the pale” means-
“Bark is worse than his bite” means-
‘Throw caution to the winds” means-
‘Ill at ease” means-
“Cheek by jowl” means-
The two famous writers ‘crossed swords with each other’ on every issue.
The students were advised ‘to pore over’ the lessons thoroughly.
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