IDIOMS AND PROVERBS MCQs



It is unfortunate that most people in the city are still living from hand to mouth. In the above sentence, the idiom "Living hand to mouth" means

  1. Earning wealth by selfish means
  2. Doing manual labour
  3. Saving for the future generations
  4. Consuming daily what little is earned
  5. All of the above

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She kicked up a row when she was denied entry to the amusement park. In the above sentence, the idiom "Kicked up a row" means

  1. Created a fuss
  2. Kicked the guard
  3. Waited in a queue
  4. Cried with sorrow
  5. All of the above

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The heavy losses in business came like a bolt from the blue. In the above sentence, the idiom "bolt from the blue" means

  1. A thunderstorm
  2. An unexpected disaster
  3. A windfall
  4. An ominous warning
  5. All of the above

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The idiom ”Turn a deaf ear" means

  1. Ignore
  2. Treat
  3. Teach
  4. Meet
  5. All of the above

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The idiom ”Grin from ear to ear" means

  1. Very angry
  2. Very hungry
  3. Very healthy
  4. Very happy
  5. All of the above

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