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Question 1. Choose the most appropriate word to fill in the blank.
If you ______ your book, I’d like to borrow it.
Question 2. Find the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
“A dark horse”
- a well kept secret
- an unknown genius
- a horse of a fine breed
- an expected outcome
Question 3. Pick up the option which is the most appropriate one word substitution for the given group of words.
One who denies oneself ordinary bodily pleasures
Question 4. In this sentence find the segment which contains the grammatical error.
“After two months the phone signals were back at the valley.”
- were back
- After two months
- at the valley
- the phone signals
Question 5. Find the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
“Till the cows come home”
- For a small part
- Till the work is finished
- For a long, long time
- In the evening
Question 6. Choose the “Incorrectly” spelt word.
Question 7. Pick up the option which is the most appropriate one word substitution for the given group of words.
A protected place for birds and animals
Question 8. Find the most appropriate idiom to fill in the blank.
“The festival expenses are bound to ______ in my pocket.”
- Be upfront
- Be out of the blue
- Make a dent
- Give a clean chit