English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 18th May 2018

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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. Stand the test of time
(a) As time goes by
(b) Remain popular
(c) To blame or punish someone
(d) To wait for someone

Q2. Lay out in Lavender
(a) To scold someone severely
(b) For an indefinitely long time
(c) To be slightly ill
(d) To discover and persue one’s passion

Q3. Milk and water
(a) Partiality
(b) Material interests
(c) To buy something cheap
(d) Weak

Q4. Cup of Joe
(a) A cup of milk
(b) A cup of coffee
(c) To drink wine
(d) Clearly stated

Q5. Fire and Brimstone
(a) That denotes the punishments of hell.
(b) Divided into two equal parts
(c) Without any doubt
(d) Natural and simple

Q6. Fit as a fiddle
(a) To be very wealthy
(b) To be very healthy and strong
(c) To belong to a secular country
(d) To be likely to fail

Q7. Slip through the cracks
(a) To not be noticed or dealt with by a system
(b) Try to persuade someone to do something by offering them a reward
(c) To not go well with someone
(d) To know about someone’s secret

 Q8. Go great guns
(a) A situation where a plan fails
(b) Being successful                                                 
(c) Getting comparably less successful than before
(d) Wanting expensive things that you cannot afford

Q9. Get the axe
(a) Lose the job
(b) To get a desirable position at your work place
(c) Expert way of doing something
(d) To make fast decisions
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Q10. Get the show on the road
(a) To receive applaud for an act
(b) To be reprimanded by parents
(c) Putting up an idea into action
(d) To achieve success suddenly