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Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/ phrase.

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All agog :

A. Everybody

B. All ready

C. Restless

D. Almighty

Correct Answer :

C. Restless


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A man of straw

A. A man of no substance

B. A very active person

C. A worthy fellow

D. An unreasonable person

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The mother always insists on keeping the house spick and span .

A. open

B. locked

C. safe

D. tid

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To pay off old scores :

A. To have ones revenge

B. To settle a dispute

C. To repay the old loan

D. None of these

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In the teeth of

A. in the end

B. real cause

C. in the face of

D. to chase

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The convict claimed innocence and stood his ground in spite of the repeated accusations.

A. knelt

B. surrendered

C. kept standing

D. refused to yield

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To pour oil in troubled water :

A. To forment trouble

B. To add to the trouble

C. To instigate

D. To calm a quarrel with sooting words

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To bring ones eggs to a bad market :

A. To face on humiliating situation

B. To bring ones commodities to a market where there is no demand for them

C. To show ones talents before audience which is incapable of appreciating them

D. To fail in ones plans because one goes to the wrong people for help

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To keep the ball rolling :

A. To earn more and more

B. To work constantly

C. To keep the conversation going

D. To make the best use of

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To cry wolf

A. To listen eagerly

B. To give false alarm

C. To turn pale

D. To keep off starvation

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Be in the mire :

A. Be under dept

B. Be in love

C. Be in difficulties

D. Be uneasy

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The pros and cons :

A. For and aginst a thing

B. Foul and fair

C. Good and evil

D. Former and latter

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To have an axe to grind .

A. a private end to serve

B. to fail to arouse interest

C. to have no result

D. to work for both sides

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To drink like a fish :

A. To drink little

B. To drink alone

C. To be a drunkard

D. To drink in the company of others

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To snap ones fingers :

A. To speak abruptly

B. To accept immediately

C. To grasp eagerly

D. To become contemptuous of

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All and sundry :

A. Greater share

B. All of a sudden

C. Completion of work

D. Everyone without distinction

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She wanted to go hitch-hiking but her mother put her foot down and now she's going by bus.

A. took a firm stand

B. expressed her displeasure

C. scolded her badly

D. got irritated

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Hard-pressed :

A. Bewildered

B. Insulted

C. Hard discipline

D. In difficulties

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To pick holes

A. To find some reason to quarrel

B. To destroy something

C. To criticise someone

D. To cut some part of an item

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To be old as the hills :

A. To be very ancient

B. To be wise tand learned

C. To be old but foolish

D. Not being worth the age

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To pull strings :

A. To exert hidden influence

B. To tease someone

C. To speed up

D. To start something

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To cry wolf.

A. To listen eagerly

B. To give false alarm

C. To turn pale

D. To keep off starvation

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To wrangle over an asss shadow :

A. To act in a foolish way

B. To do something funny

C. To quarrel over trifles

D. To quarrel over the possession of an ass

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To catch a tartar

A. To trap wanted criminal with great difficulty

B. To catch a dangerous person

C. To meet with disaster

D. To deal with a person who is more than one's match

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Spick and span :

A. Neat and clean

B. Outspoken

C. A ready-made thing

D. Garrulous

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To drive home

A. To find one's roots

B. To return to place of rest

C. Back to original position

D. To emphasise

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The students found it hard to go at equal speed with the professor.

A. get away from

B. put up with

C. keep up with

D. race against

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To drive home.

A. To find ones root

B. To return to place of rest

C. Back to original position

D. To emphasise

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My sincere advice to my maidservant fell on stony ground.

A. was counter productive

B. had a strong impact

C. made on stubborn

D. had little success

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To smell a rat

A. To see signs of plague epidemic

B. To get bad small of a bad dead rat

C. To suspect foul dealings

D. To be in a bad mood

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To oil the knocker :

A. To instigate a person to do a job

B. To do a work with increased pace

C. To tip the office-boy

D. To revive old enmity