Idioms & Phrases

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  • Q1.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    He asked Anamika when the new office would be ready and she said, "Your guess is as well as mine."

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  • Q2.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    The reason we came out alive is because we worked together. After all, it takes three to tango.

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  • Q3.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    I would really like to have a new villa, but it may cost me an eye and a leg.

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  • Q4.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    I know the baby didn’t mean to break my laptop, so there’s no use in crying over spilt water now.

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  • Q5.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Politicians need to be reminded that actions speak heavier than words.

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  • Q6.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Whatever he ate for breakfast is making him eel a little over the weather.

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  • Q7.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    So many people are trying to quit alcohol that I might as well jump in the bandwagon and quit as well.

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  • Q8.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    For her he'll go the complete nine yards.

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  • Q9.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    If Sameer thinks he can go out on a date with the most beautiful girl in the college, he’s of his rocker.

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  • Q10.Direction: The following sentences have a certain phrase highlighted in underline. Choose the correct phrase from the options given below to replace the highlighted phrase and make it grammatically correct. Ignore punctuation errors if any.
    Drug addiction must be nipped at the bud.

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