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Directions(1-10): Answer the following questions on Idioms and Phrases.

Choose the correct meaning of the proverb/idiom.

Q1. To make a clean breast of
(a) to gain prominence
(b) to praise oneself
(c) to confess without reserve
(d) to destroy before it blooms

Q2. To catch a tartar
(a) to trap a 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
Q3. To cry wolf
(a) to listen eagerly
(b) to give a false alarm
(c) to turn pale
(d) to keep off starvation
Q4. To end in smoke
(a) to make someone understand
(b) to ruined
(c) to excite great applaus
(d) to overcome someone
Q5. To put one’s hand to plough
(a) to take up agricultural farming
(b) to take on a difficult task
(c) to get entangled into unnecessary things
(d) to take interest in technical work
Q6. To pick holes
(a) to find some reason to quarrel
(b) to destroy something
(c) to criticize someone
(d) to cut some part of an item
Q7. To leave someone in the lurch
(a) to compromise with someon
(b) to be a constant source of annoyance to someone
(c) to put someone at ease
(d) to desert someone in his difficult times
Q8. To play second fiddle
(a) to be happy, cheerful and healthy
(b) to reduce the importance of one’s senior
(c) to support the role and view of another person
(d) to do back seat driving
Q9. To smell a rat
(a) to see signs of an epidemic
(b) to smell a bad dead rat
(c) to suspect foul dealings
(d) to be in a bad mood
Q10. To hit the nail right on the head
(a) to do the right thing
(b) to destroy one’s reputation
(c) to announce one’s fixed views
(d) to teach someone a lesson
S1. Ans.(c)
S2. Ans.(d)
S3. Ans.(b)
S4. Ans.(b)
S5. Ans.(b)
S6. Ans.(c)
S7. Ans.(d)
S8. Ans.(c)
S9. Ans.(c)
S10. Ans.(a)
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