Idiom Phrases Set 4
Idiom Phrases are a very important part of vocabulary section. In Idiom Phrases (Muhavre in Hindi) A few words can be used for a sentence. That few words argument with the meaning of that sentence.
Q1. His position in the company was on the brink of disaster.
(a) At the top of
(b) At the point of
(c) On the side of
(d) On the back of
Q2. The parents are in high spirits as their son has got a decent job.
(a) In good position
Q3. The police caught the thief red handed.
(a) In a red uniform
(b) With blood in hands
(c) At the time of committing the crime
(d) After reading the rules
Q4. I was so disappointed when my close friend left me in the lurch.
(a) Went away without waiting for me
(b) Helped me in difficult times
(c) Abandoned me when I needed help
(d) Stopped helping me in emergency
Q5. Some people do not grease anybody’s palm on any account.
Q6. It was a red letter day in the history of the world.
(a) A day with bloodshed
(b) A dangerous note about the destruction
(c) A day memorable for some joyful event
(d) A day with love and warmth
Q7. Chintan is so innocent that he wears his heart on his sleeve.
(a) Wears dress that does not match
(b) Expresses his feelings openly
(c) Wears colourful dresses
(d) Expresses his feelings with the shape of a hart printed on its sleeve
Q8. Tagore was a man of letters.
(a) Of wide contacts
(b) An excellent letter dictator
(c) A great writer of letters
(d) Proficient in literature art
Q9. The poor subordinates are made scapegoats by their superiors.
(a) Punished for others misdeeds
(b) Developed poor relations
(c) Treated humbly and respectfully
(d) Scolded with arrogant reactions
Q10. His friend beat the boy to pay off old scores.
(a) To refund old dues
(b) To take revenge
(c) To force him to be a scorer in a match
(d) Because he had not scored well earlier
Q11. The Manager doctored the accounts of the company.
(a) To make changes in account books
(b) To clear the doctors bill
(c) To verify the accounts in detail
(d) To manipulate the accounts
Q12. She could never measure up to her parent’s expectation.
(a) Reach the level
(b) Work as hard
(c) Assess the amount
(d) Increase her height
Q13. The little girl with her flawless performance stole the show.
(a) Stole something from the show
(b) Crept into the show
(c) Won everybody’s praise
(d) Disappeared from the show
Q14. The thief was on good terms with the police.
(a) Kept terms and conditions
(b) Was friendly
(c) Followed the rules
(d) Agreed with them
Q15. John’s offer of help was turned down by the police.
(a) Sent back
(b) Twisted around
(d) Handed over
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