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Choose the correct option-
I take exception to your statement that I am bad tempered.
(a)do not agree
to call a spade a spade
(a)to be frank
(b)to be sly
(c)to be rude
(d)to be diplomatic
He was progressing by leaps and hounds because of his hard work.
to bum the candle at both ends
(a)to spend cautiously
(b)to be stingy
(c)to be extravagant
(d)to survive difficulty
Why don’t you put an end to blowing your own trumpet ?
(a)playing your own trumpet to produce music
(b)making too much noise
(c)praising your own abilities and achievements
(d)None of these
He has a very nice manner, but you would better take what he says with a grain of salt.
(a)to listen to something with considerable doubt
(b) to talk sensibly
When he saw the snake he took to his heels.
(a)ran away in fear
(c)walked in fear
He has to abide by the hard and fast rule of the company.
By opposing his proposal he fell foul of him.
(b)felt annoyed with
(d)got into trouble with
The story does not hold water.
(a)does not deserve appreciation
(b)does not fulfill the requirements
(c)cannot be believed
(d)cannot be valued
It is clear that the ideas of both reformers ran in the same groove.
(a)promoted each other
(b)clashed with each other
(c)moved in harmony
(d)moved in different
at one’s beck and call
(a)to attend a call
(b)to be helped by someone
(c)to be useful to someone
(d)to be dominated by someone
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