Olympiad Test : Idioms -1


20 Questions MCQ Test English Olympiad class 6 | Olympiad Test : Idioms -1


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Attempt Olympiad Test : Idioms -1 | 20 questions in 40 minutes | Mock test for Class 6 preparation | Free important questions MCQ to study English Olympiad class 6 for Class 6 Exam | Download free PDF with solutions
QUESTION: 1

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

draw a blank

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QUESTION: 2

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

jog your memory

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QUESTION: 3

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

rack your brains

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QUESTION: 4

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

on the cards

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QUESTION: 5

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

feel it in my bones

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QUESTION: 6

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

fish out of water

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QUESTION: 7

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

take something to heart

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QUESTION: 8

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

give the thumbs up

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QUESTION: 9

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

have my hands full

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QUESTION: 10

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

give someone a buzz

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QUESTION: 11

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

steer clear of

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QUESTION: 12

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

plain sailing

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QUESTION: 13

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

green with envy

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QUESTION: 14

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

green fingers

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QUESTION: 15

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

black and white

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QUESTION: 16

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

red tape

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QUESTION: 17

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

make light of

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QUESTION: 18

Choose the correct meanings of the given idioms.

leaps and bounds

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QUESTION: 19

My teacher gave me a project to complete during the summer vacation. I tried to finish my work but it seemed to be moving at a snail’s pace (19). I got frustrated and thought of giving up. My father told me to take the bull by the horns (20) and get it done. So I decided that I would try my best to finish the work come what may. I kept awake the whole night and the following day, behaving like a bear with a sore head (21). My head was hurting and I had a terrible migraine but I did not give up. Finally, by the sweat of my brow (22), I managed to finish it one day. I ran to school and found out that I was the very first one to submit the project. I jumped with joy (23).

Q. choose the correct meanings of the underline idioms no. 19 

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QUESTION: 20

My teacher gave me a project to complete during the summer vacation. I tried to finish my work but it seemed to be moving at a snail’s pace (19). I got frustrated and thought of giving up. My father told me to take the bull by the horns (20) and get it done. So I decided that I would try my best to finish the work come what may. I kept awake the whole night and the following day, behaving like a bear with a sore head (21). My head was hurting and I had a terrible migraine but I did not give up. Finally, by the sweat of my brow (22), I managed to finish it one day. I ran to school and found out that I was the very first one to submit the project. I jumped with joy (23).

Q. choose the correct meanings of the underline idioms no. 20.

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