Sunday, 10 September 2017

English Vocabulary Check - IDIOMS AND PHRASES (Multiple Choice Questions) (#cbseNotes) (#EnglishGrammar)

English Vocabulary
IDIOMS AND PHRASES
Multiple Choice Questions

English Vocabulary Check - IDIOMS AND PHRASES (Multiple Choice Questions) (#cbseNotes) (#EnglishGrammar)




Tick mark which gives the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase.

1. Of one's own record

(a) of one's own free will
(b) to agree to something
(c) to sign an accord
(d) to behave honourably


2. Accepted by

(a) to gain access
(b) to submit
(c) to receive
(d) agreed to



3. Acceptable to

(a) agreeable to
(b) to be accessible
(c) force to accept
(d) to behave humbly




4. To take into account

(a) to calculate
(b) to make payment
(c) to take into consideration
(d) to set value upon


5. Accuse of

(a) to bring a charge against
(b) to excuse
(c) to address someone
(d) to adjust



6. Addicted to

(a) dependent on something
(b) to be in the same situation
(c) to indict
(d) to act upon



7. Afford to

(a) to look after
(b) to be able to
(c) to resemble
(d) to celebrate



8. To come of age

(a) to attain the age of majority
(b) to grow old
(c) to have existed for a long time
(d) to look old


9. To get one's back up

(a) to make someone angry or stubborn
(b) to run away from
(c) to get back at
(d) to sit straight



10. Bone of contention

(a) act of gratitude
(b) to be contented
(c) subject of  dispute
(d) great happiness



Answers:
1.  of one's own free will
2.  agreed to
3.  agreeable to
4.  to take into consideration
5.  to bring a charge against
6.  dependent on something
7.  to be able on
8.  to attain the age of majority
9.  to make someone angry or stubborn
10. subject of dispute






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