Important English Idioms and phrases MCQS For CSS PMS PPSC FPSC NTS -Set 5

Read important English Grammar MCQS For Exam.These General Knowledge Mcqs Contain  of World Geography, Atmosphere, Science & Literature, events Mcqs, Current Affairs Mcqs , Pakistan Affairs Mcqs and International Organizations. These general knowledge questions are very important for all type of exams conducted by Fpsc, Nts, Kppsc, Ppsc, Spsc, Bpsc, Ots, Uts, Pts, Cts, Ats, etea and other testing agencies of Pakistan

Note: The bold option is the right answer for the given MCQ’S

1. To lose face:

A.To be helpless

B.To look angry

C.To be humilated 

D.To look vacant


2. To give currency:

A.To make publicly known 

B.To originate

C.To misinterpret

D.To bestow impotance


3. To show the white feather:

A.To show signs of cowardice 

B.To become polite

C.To seek peace

D.To show arrogance


4. To carry the coal to Newcastle:

A.To work hard

B.To finish a job

C.To do menial jobs

D. do unnecessary things 


5. To show one’s teeth:

A.To face difficulties

B.To ridicule 

C.To adopt a threatening attitude

D.To be humble

6. To get into hot waters:

A.To be impatient

B.To be in a confused state of mind

C.To get into trouble 

D.To suffer a huge financial loss


7. To be as old as the hills:

A.Not being worth the age

B.To be wise and learned

C.To be old but foolish

D.To be very ancient 


8. To set the people by ears:

A.To excite people to a quarrel

B.To punish heavily

C.To insult and disgrace the people (Answer)

D.To box the people


9. To be lost in the cloud:

A.To be perplexed

B.To meet with one’s death

C.To be concealed from view

D.To find oneself in a very uncomfortable position 


10. To bite one’s lips:

A.To laugh at others

B.To have double

C.To feel sorry (Answer)

D,To be angry


11. To hit the jackpot:

A.To become bankrupt

B.To inherit money

C.To gamble

D.To make money unexpectedly 


12. To turn the tables:

A.To change completely the position of disadvantage

B.To change the sorry scheme

C.To oppose

D.To defeat


13. To keep the ball rolling:

A.To work instantly

B.To make the best use of

C.To keep the conversation going (Answer)

D.To earn more and more


14. To be at daggers drawn:

A.To be frightened

B.To be ready to face danger

C.To threaten one

D.To be bitten enemy 


15. To fight to the bitter end:

A.To fight to the last point of enemy position

B.To die fighting

C.To carry on a contest regardless of consequences

D.To drink little


16. To turn up one’s nose at a thing:

A.To treat it with contemptuous dislike or disgust 

B.To show indifference

C.To show eagerness to have something

D.To start to grapple with it


17. The pros and cons:

A.Good and evil 

B.For and against a thing

C.Foul and fair

D.Former and latter


18. To be rolling in money:

A.Very rich 

B.Spending more than his income

C.Wasting a lot of money

D.Borrowing money liberally


19. To hit the nail on the head:

A.To catch somonenapping

B.To hit the target

C.To settle the old score

D.To guess right 


20. To give a false colouring:

A.To conceal the facts

B.To be dishonest

C.To submit the false report

D.To misrepresent 



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