English (Idiom/Phrases) Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 7th August 2018

English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam

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Directions (1-10): In the following question, out of the four alternatives select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

Q1. In the bag
(a) To be honest and tell the truth
(b) A set of techniques and methods
(c) Be enjoyable or entertaining
(d) Assured of a successful outcome

Q2.  On the wagon
(a) To act independently and decide your own fate
(b) Abstaining from drinking alcoholic beverages
(c) To put things in the wrong order
(d) To pass or progress quickly and easily

Q3. Under the wire
(a) At the very last minute
(b) To last for a long time
(c) To spend time doing nothing in particular
(d) Fix the date of an important event

Q4. Long in the tooth
(a) Too old for a particular activity
(b) To go to a dentist
(c) To have pain in mouth
(d) To bite something into pieces

Q5. A dime’s worth
(a) Significant amount
(b) An insignificant amount
(c) A heavy amount
(d) A reliable amount

Q6. A cold piece of work
(a) A person dismissed from employment
(b) A person who lacks skills of a certain piece of work
(c) An emotionless person
(d) A person who is difficult to deal with

Q7. Pull the plug
(a) To begin something with enthusiasm
(b) To go on a visit
(c) Put a stop to something.
(d) To be confused to take a decision

Q8. In the pink
(a) Very fit and healthy.
(b) Very suspicious about something
(c) To be unsatisfied with something
(d) In doldrums

Q9.  Get in somebody’s hair
(a) To please someone
(b) To annoy someone
(c) To support someone
(d) To praise someone

Q10. Go down the drain
(a) To live a lavish life
(b) To bear the criticism
(c) To be wastefully discarded
(d) To refund old dues

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