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1) Sick at heart
A) Suffering from heart problem
B) Bed-ridden
C) Very disappointed
D) Miserly

2) To drive home
A) To emphasise
B) To find one's roots
C) Back to original position
D) To return to place of rest

3) A man of straw
A) A man of little substance
B) A very active person
C) A worthy fellow
D) An unnatural person

4) All at sea
A) In a state of shock
B) Very knowledgeable
C) In danger
D) Completely confused

5) To be a good Samaritan
A) To be law-abiding
B) A wise person
C) A religious person
D) A genuinely charitable person

6) To cast pearls before a swine
A) To spend recklessly
B) To spend a lot of money on the unkeep of domestic hogs
C) To waste money over trifles
D) To offer to a person a thing which he cannot appreciate

7) Set the pace
A) Fast pace
B) Slow rate of doing thing
C) Provide a standard
D) Medium-pace ball

8) To throw down the glove
A) To give a challenge
B) To accept immediately
C) To be hopeless
D) To be in dilemma

9) To cool one's heels
A) To rest for sometime
B) To give no importance to someone
C) To remain in a comfortable position
D) To be kept waiting for sometime

10) To be above board
A) To have a good height
B) To be honest in any business
C) To have no debts
D) To try to be beautiful