Olympiad Test : Idioms -2


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QUESTION: 1

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. 21.

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QUESTION: 2

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. 22.

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QUESTION: 3

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. 23.

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QUESTION: 4

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. ”I was ecstatic when I got admission to this prestigious school.”

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QUESTION: 5

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “You should read everything carefully before you sign any document.”

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QUESTION: 6

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “My school is keen to stay connected with its past students. That is why we have formed this alumni of past students.”

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QUESTION: 7

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “In spite of the shaky beginning, the new venture has made a lot of money.”

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QUESTION: 8

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “She is a great writer. She will become very successful one day.”

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QUESTION: 9

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “I always seem to irritate him whenever I meet him.”

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QUESTION: 10

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. I was very happy indeed after I heard the news of his success.

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QUESTION: 11

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “I just managed to escape an accident from happening. I am really shaken up to the roots.”

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QUESTION: 12

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “The neighbour’s loud music is making me very angry.”

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QUESTION: 13

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “What I cannot understand is how people can listen to him. “

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QUESTION: 14

Select the correct underline idiom from the options given.

Q. “She knows everything about you. Have you known her for a long time?”

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QUESTION: 15

Select the correct meanings of the idiomatic expressions given in underline.

Q. When we went to our hometown during summer holidays, my neighbourhood friends and I went out and painted the town red.

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