English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 27th July 2018

English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam

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Directions (1-10): Four alternatives are given for the Idioms/Phrase printed in bold. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of Idiom/Phrase.

Q1. King of terrors
(a) A great king
(b) A soldier
(c) Death
(d) A person who doesn’t fear of anyone.

Q2. Jog-away, jog-off
(a) Get away
(b) To come closer
(c) To get something useful
(d) Mock at

Q3. Mend or end
(a) To be greedy
(b) Improve or finish
(c) To agree
(d) To end something

Q4. The cut of one’s jib
(a) Personal appearance
(b) The salary paid to someone in his job
(c) To be dismissed from a job
(d) Out of order

Q5. In the air
(a) To hand in
(b) In circulation
(c) To fight over something
(d) To be famous

Q6. To put the cat among the pigeons
(a) To hunt easy prey
(b) To be different in a group where everybody is alike
(c) To do something that is likely to cause controversy
(d) When the entire group feels trapped in a bad situation

Q7. Practice makes a man perfect
(a) Perfection demands patience
(b) Any problem can be solved if you are willing to try many times
(c) Regular activity is the way to become proficient in it
(d) It takes a long time to form a good habit

Q8. Pull the plug
(a) Make a firm refusal
(b) Save a situation by acting in the nick of time
(c) To waste away somebody’s effort
(d) Prevent something from continuing

Q9. Wag the dog
(a) To divert attention from something of greater importance to something of lesser importance
(b) To be nice to someone if you want that person’s loyalty
(c) To praise someone to get that persons love
(d) A small favour to a person who loves you matters a lot to that person

Q10. Don’t count your chickens before they hatch
(a) Not to live in a fancy imaginary world, where everything happens as per your wish
(b) Counting your wealth repeatedly will not make it grow
(c) One should be optimistic but be ready for failures
(d) Not to be too sure that something good you hope for will really happen, it might not happen after all

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