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Monday, 2 July 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 02 - 07 - 18

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Q.1-10. In the following question four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it as your answer. 

Q.1. To take the bull by the horns 

(a) To punish a person severely for his arrogance 

(b) To grapple courageously with difficulty that lies in our way 

(c) To handle it by fierce attack 

(d) To bypass the legal process and take action according to one’s own whims 

Q.2. To cast pearls before a swine 

(a) To spend recklessly 

(b) To spend a lot of money on the upkeep of domestic hogs 

(c) To waste monkey over trifles 

(d) To offer to a person a thing which he cannot appreciate 

Q.3. To take people by storm 

(a) To put people in utter surprise 

(b) To captivate them unexpectedly 

(c) To exploit people’s agitation 

(d) To bring out something sensational attracting people’s attention 

Q.4. Harp on 

(a) To comment 

(b) To criticise 

(c) To keep on talking 

(d) To keep on insulting 

Q.5. To bring one’s eggs to a bad market 

(a) To face on humiliating situation 

(b) To bring one’s commodities to a market where there is no demand for them 

(c) To show one’s talents before audience which is incapable of appreciating them 

(d) To fail in one’s plans because one goes to the wrong people for help 

Q.6. To be in bad books of 

(a) Out of favour 

(b) Beyond the reach 

(c) Away from bad people 

(d) Out of contact 

Q.7. To save one’s face 

(a) To hide oneself 

(b) To oppose 

(c) To avoid disgrace 

(d) To say plainly 

Q.8. To split hours 

(a) To side-track the issue 

(b) To quarrel over trifles 

(c) To indulge in over-refined arguments 

(d) To find faults with other 

Q.9. Will o’ the wisp 

(a) Anything that can't be done 

(b) To act in a childish way 

(c) Anything that can be achieved 

(d) To have desires unbacked by efforts 

Q.10. Cold reception 

(a) A good environment 

(b) A nice welcome 

(c) A passive environment 

(d) No hearty welcome 


Q1. (c) 

Q2. (d) 

Q3. (b) 

Q4. (c) 

Q5. (a) 

Q6. (a) 

Q7. (c) 

Q8. (b) 

Q9. (a) 

Q10. (d) 

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