idiom or phrase
प्रश्न 1 From the following options, choose the correct phrase to fill in the blank space:
The owner of the house ------- and gave us a bed for the night when our car broke down.
(अ) took us in
(ब) took us off
(स) took us on
(द) took us for
प्रश्न 2 Choose the correct meaning of the Italicised Idiom:
Beware of that fellow. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
(स) Completely insane
प्रश्न 3 Choose the option that best explains the underlined idiom/phrase:
To throw down the glove means:
(अ) To accept defeat
(ब) To reject an honour
(स) To resort to wrong tactics
(द) To give a challenge
प्रश्न 4 Choose the option that best explains the underlined idiom/phrase:
The teacher always played the devil’s advocate to provoke discussion in the classroom.
(अ) Favour the weak
(ब) Present a counter argument
(स) Be on the side of the administration
(द) Embarassed the female students
प्रश्न 5 Choose the correct meaning of the Italicised Idiom:
The news of Rehan’s death spread like wild fire.
(अ) Spread rapidly
(स) In favour with
(द) To get into trouble
प्रश्न 6 Give the correct meaning of the underlined Idiom.
It was he who put a spoke in my wheel in the execution of my design.
(अ) Blessed me
(ब) Helped me
(स) Deeply appealed
(द) Thwarted me
प्रश्न 7 Choose the option that best explains the underlined idioms/phrase:
The pandemic has made everyone suspect that they are a bit under the weather at all times.
(अ) Out of work
(ब) Distressed and depressed
(स) Feeling sick or unhealthy
(द) Open to infection
प्रश्न 8 Choose the option that best explains the underlined idioms/phrase:
Have a midas touch means:
(अ) Ability to succeed in everything
(ब) To be a good middleman
(स) Act patiently
(द) Accept defeat gracefully
प्रश्न 9 Fill in the blank with the correct option:
Stop ____. Tell me what really happened.
(अ) beating around the bush
(ब) beating in the bush
(स) beating round the bush
(द) beating about the bush
प्रश्न 10 Choose the correct meaning of the given idiom from the options that follow:
Turn a blind eye means to:
(अ) be really blind
(ब) refuse to acknowledge a known truth
(स) be open eyed
(द) see with naked eye