English Questions For DSSSB 2018 Exam: 1st June 2018

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Directions (1-10): In the following questions, four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase printed in bold in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the meaning of the idiom/phrase as your answer.

Q1. Just keep your wig on. Everything will be alright.
(a) hold on to your wig, so it won’t fall off.
(b) get another hair cut
(c) calm down
(d) take off your wig

Q2. Parents pay through their nose for their children’s education.
(a) by taking loans
(b) an extremely high price
(c) grudgingly
(d) willingly

Q3. Monica’s habit of picking holes in every relationship is very irksome.
(a) admiring people
(b) finding fault
(c) calling people
(d) arguing with people

Q4. If you want to be happy, cut your coat according to your cloth.
(a) be honest in your dealings
(b) work more than your capacity
(c) live within your means
(d) don’t be too ambitions

Q5. She broke down in the middle of her speech.
(a) could not proceed
(b) could not breath
(c) became angry
(d) cried

Q6. He lays out fifty percent of his income on bonds and shares.
(a) allows
(b) displace
(c) donates
(d) spends

Q7. I will do the work if I am allowed a free hand in the choice of materials.
(a) complete liberty
(b) an expense accounts
(c) to employ men to work
(d) unlimited funds

Q8. He was as hard as nail, never moved by any things.
(a) restless
(b) emotionless
(c) physically strong
(d) hard working

Q9. I could have continued my higher studies if I wanted but, that’s water under the bridge.
(a) something I cannot change
(b) the time I met with an accident near the bridge
(c) something my family did not want
(d) the time I went on a cruise

Q10. My parents want me to study science, but I will stick to my guns and graduate in Economics.
(a) prefer to disobey them
(b) hold on to my decision
(c) agree to listen to them
(d) show them that they are wrong

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