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Idioms and Phrases Quiz : Lesson 1 (in Hindi)
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This is an introductory lesson synchronising us and telling you how to improve your attemptation......will cover a few idioms.....start and feel....

Sidhant Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sidhant Sharma
Cleared SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS .... teaching English since 2015.....teacher by passion....

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mam, can u take paper 1 of tamil optional? we find it difficult for resources and answer writing strategies
Angayarkanni
a year ago
Yes I will try
thank you mam
Angayarkanni
a year ago
Ok I will try Call this no for your doubts 9443713837
Angayarkanni
a year ago
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hlo sir make a short course for pyq antonyms and synonyms only 1 week left
Sidhant Sharma
a year ago
hello ujjwal......sure I'll be making it soon ..... actually the next course is on sentence rearrangement......till then you can check the course I already created on this topic......😊
Ujjwal sharma
a year ago
okk sir
0.75 /2 second one is wrong n we all r very thankful to u sir 4 such course
thank u so much sir jee... u fullfilled our demands..
applaudable efforts👏👏👏
  1. IDIOMS AND PHRASES A practice session on this section giving you all the required details Presented by SIDHANT SHARMA


  2. .S DHANT SHARMA BTECH (ME) CLEARED SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS ETC TEACHING ENGLISH SINCE 2015 TEACHER BY PASSION Follow me on: https://unacademy.com/user/sidhantsharma1992-6940 RATE REVIEW RECCOMEND


  3. Take something with a pinch of salt A) believing something with a doubt B) to take extra things C) to be disappointed D) to steal things


  4. Take something with a pinch of salt A) believing something with a doubt B) to take extra things C) to be disappointed D) to steal things Option A Usage: mohit took my explanation with a pinch of salt.


  5. From the horse's mouth A) to lie B) from an authoritative or dependable source C) from a subordinate source D) gullible person


  6. From the horse's mouth A) to lie B) from an authoritative or dependable source C) from a subordinate source D) gullible person Option B Usage: This comes straight from the horse's mouth, so it has to be believed.


  7. .On the rocks A) likely to fail B) to feel very sad to act confident in a difficult situation D) to commit a fraud


  8. .On the rocks A) likely to fail B) to feel very sad to act confident in a difficult situation D) to commit a fraud Option A Usage: Their marriage is on the rocks.


  9. Going to the dogs A) reaching a bad state B) reaching success after much efforts C) very annoyed D) to sniff something wrong


  10. Going to the dogs A) reaching a bad state B) reaching success after much efforts C) very annoyed D) to sniff something wrong View Answer Option A Usage: In the 1960s the country was fast going to the dogs.


  11. To kick the bucket A) to pass away B) to keep people away C) to kick someone out D) to lose a sustained share/position


  12. To kick the bucket A) to pass away B) to keep people away C) to kick someone out D) to lose a sustained share/position Option A Usage: The old lady finally kicked the bucket.


  13. Pass the buck A) pass the knowledge B) to cross a certain limit C) pass the blame D) to act in a nonchalant manner Option C Usage: Elected political leaders cannot pass the buck for crisis decisions to any alternative source of authority.


  14. Lay by the heels A) to be active B) to be lazy C) to imprison D) paralytic Option C Usage: It was absolutely necessary to lay his murderer by the heels.


  15. Vexed question A) worth discussing B) much debated C) worthless D) outdated


  16. Under the rose A) secretly B) consciously C) favourable D) enjoyable Option A Usage: He is selling confidential documents under the rose.


  17. Without rhyme or reason A) without much thinking B) without a poetry C) without worrying much D) without any justification


  18. Without rhyme or reason A) without much thinking B) without a poetry C) without worrying much D) without any justification Option D Usage: Don't shout at anyone without rhyme or reason


  19. Draw the long bow A) to assume superiority B) to be subordinate C) to exaggerate D) to be a sycophant


  20. Draw the long bow A) to assume superiority B) to be subordinate C) to exaggerate D) to be a sycophant Option C Usage: I am tempted to be naughty and make you laugh; but I won't draw the long bow


  21. Dutch courage A) bravery under alcoholic influence B) bravery under every circumstance C) a fake show of courage D) pretence


  22. Will o' the wisp A) desperate B) an unattainable goal C) as per one's choice D) punctual


  23. Will o' the wisp A) desperate B) an unattainable goal C) as per one's choice D) punctual Option B Usage: Making her accept the proposal is will o' the wisp.


  24. Ride coattails A) to use connection to get succeeded B) to make someone fool C) to hire a professional D) to make a huge amount of money


  25. Ride coattails A) to use connection to get succeeded B) to make someone fool C) to hire a professional D) to make a huge amount of money Option A Usage: I don't think he would get promoted without riding his boss's coattails.


  26. . Go all out A) to be defunct B) to put utmost energy C) to go bankrupt D) to lose business


  27. Go all out A) to be defunct B) to put utmost energy C) to go bankrupt D) to lose business Option B Usage: The company went all out for Sam's retirement party, making it a gala affair and sparing no expense.


  28. Mend fences A) to do a difficult task B) to make amends to the wrongs done C) to improve poor relations D) to concentrate on present rather than past Option C Usage: Angelena is trying to mend fences with her dad.


  29. Beggar description A) poor account of something B) can't be described C) described by beggar D) beggar's description


  30. Beggar description A) poor account of something B) can't be described C) described by beggar D) beggar's description .Option B Usage: The house was a horrible mess. The place beggared description.