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1) Give a wide berth
A) Keep away from
B) Publicly condemn
C) Give publicly to
D) Not sympathise with

2) To strain every nerve
A) To make utmost efforts
B) To feel weak and tired
C) To be a diligent worker
D) To be methodical in work

3) Leave no stone unturned
A) To take rest
B) To confess without reserve
C) To try every possible way
D) To hold the difficulties and dangers in check

4) Putting the cart before the horse
A) Doing things in the right way
B) Committing a great crime
C) Doing things meticulously
D) Doing things in the wrong way

5) Casting pearl before swine
A) Offering good things to undeserving people
B) Speaking nice words and convincing them
C) Uplifting the needy for their welfare
D) Doing worthwhile things to unknown people

6) To blow hot and cold
A) Changing weather
B) To be untrustworthy
C) To be inconsistent
D) To be rich and poor frequently

7) On the spur of the moment
A) To ride a horse in a race
B) To act deliberately
C) To act at the appointed time
D) To act suddenly, without planning

8) A man of letters
A) An illiterate person
B) Scholar
C) Talent for speaking
D) Honest

9) To take the bull by the horns
A) To punish a person severely for his arrogance
B) To grapple courageously with a difficulty that lies in our way
C) To handle it by fierce attack
D) To bypass the legal process and take action according to one's own whims

10) Show the white flag
A) Calmly left the scene
B) Surrendered
C) Ran away
D) Were incensed

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