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1) Pell-mell
A) In mingled confusion or disorder
B) Gaiety and excitement
C) Extremely worried
D) A fat person

2) Rat-race
A) Corruption
B) Misery
C) Unpleasant sight
D) Fierce competition

3) Dog in the manger
A) An undersized bull almost the shape of a dog
B) A dog that has no kennel of its own
C) A person who puts himself in difficulties on account of other people
D) A person who prevents others from enjoying something useless to himself

4) To turn over a new leaf
A) To change completely one's course of action
B) To shift attention to new problems after having studied the old ones throughly
C) To cover up one's faults by wearing new marks
D) To change your behavior or attitude

5) To catch somebody on the hop
A) To defeat
B) To catch somebody off guard
C) To punish heavily
D) To demand a very high price

6) To make hay while the sun shines
A) To indulge in merry-making in good days
B) To treat as of great importance
C) To turn opportunity to the best advantage
D) To turn a disappointment to the best possible count

7) To keep the wolf away from the door
A) To keep away from extreme poverty
B) To keep off an unwanted and undesirable person
C) To keep alive
D) To hold the difficulties and dangers in check

8) Simon pure
A) Simple and foolish
B) Intelligent but shy
C) Skillful artisan
D) Genuinely and thoroughly pure

9) Take the wind out of (one's) sails
A) To cause harm to another
B) To live in great comfort and luxury
C) To rob of an advantage
D) To be in a dilemma

10) A close shave
A) A clean shave
B) A narrow escape
C) To gamble
D) To start something new