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June, 2018

  • 28 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. The gift of the gab (a) he can talk very fast (b) he can speak very well (c) he has a good voice (d) he can pretend convincingly 2. …

  • 26 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. In the throes of (a) out of the grip (b) in the grip of (c) controlled (d) understand 2. Under duress (a) under compulsion (b) unwillingly (c) smell something …

  • 24 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. In the throes of (a) out of the grip (b) in the grip of (c) controlled (d) understand 2. Under duress (a) under compulsion b) unwillingly (c) smell something …

  • 23 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Ramesh takes after his father (a) follows (b) imitates (c) obeys (d) resembles 2. They made no bones about acknowledging their debt to his genius (a) did not have …

  • 22 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. If you rub him the wrong way he is bound to react (a) encourage him (b) flatter him (c) abuse him (d) annoy him 2. As the bomb exploded …

  • 21 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Because of his misbehaviourhe is bound to face the music (a) Get finished (b) listen to the music (c) bear the consequences (d) feel sorry 2. The working of …

  • 20 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. To smell a rat (a) to smell foul (b) to see a rat (c) to chase a rat (d) to be suspicious 2. Cold comfort (a) absurdity (b) deception …

  • 19 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Yeoman’s service (a) medical help (b) excellent work (c) social work (d) hard work 2. To call it a day (a) to conclude proceedings (b) to initiate proceedings (c) …

  • 18 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Cool his heels (a) to be kept waiting (b) to make publicly known (c) to exercise influence (d) to lose one’s temper 2. Wet his whistle. (a) have a …

  • 14 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. In the throes of (a) out of the grip (b) in the grip of (c) controlled (d) understand 2. Under duress (a) under compulsion (b) unwillingly (c) smell something …

  • 12 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Set the record straight (a) give a speech (b) win party support (c) given a correct account (d) make a confession 2. Close shave as (a) serious accident (b) …

  • 10 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    Q1. Turn a blind eye (a) Not able to see the obvious truth (b) Hide the ugly truth from someone (c) Pretend not to notice (d) Stay away from bad …

  • 9 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. To die in bed (a) to destroy one’s reputation (b) to die naturaly (c) to teach someone a lesson (d) to announce one’s fixed views 2. Born under lucky …

  • 8 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Hold good (a) be valid (b) to face charges (c) to realise suddenly (c) to be with somebody 2. To make good the loss (a) to compensate (b) to …

  • 7 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. From sublime to ridicule (a) bitten by a snake (b) to reveal the secret (c) to decline (d) to be in the extreme hatred 2. Kiss the rod (a) …

  • 5 June

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Stuff and nonsense (a) bitten by a snake (b) to reveal the secret (c) senseless talk (d) to be in the extreme hatred 2. To sheet of anchor (a) …

May, 2018

  • 30 May

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Damn all (a) something (b) to reveal the secret (c) nothing (d) to be in the extreme hatred 2. For all (a) to feel depressed (b) in spite of …

  • 28 May

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Bad blood (a) hand and mouth (b) from life to death (c) enmity (d) something harmful 2. A cuckoo in the nest (a) an unwelcome intruder (b) to be …

  • 27 May

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Bone of contention (a) cause for quarrel (b) to face charges (c) to realisesuddenly (c) to be with somebody 2. Straw in the wind (a) an indication of what …

  • 26 May

    SSC CGL 2018 : Idioms and phrases quiz

    1. Made light of (a) he can talk very fast (b) treated it lightly (c) he has a good voice (d) he can pretend convincingly 2. Every inch a gentleman …

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