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1) 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

2) By fits and starts
A) To do intermittently or irregularly
B) To do consistently
C) To be in high spirits
D) To fight vigorously

3) To end in smoke
A) To make completely understand
B) To ruin oneself
C) To excite great applause
D) To come to nothing

4) Shiver my timbers
A) Exclamation of surprise or amusement
B) Shivering with cold
C) Shivering with fear
D) Cold wave in deserts

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

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

7) 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

8) 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

9) To rest on one's laurels
A) To be complacent
B) To be dissatisfied
C) To be satisfied
D) To be good

10) To take with a grain of salt
A) To take with some reservation
B) To take with total disbelief
C) To take whole heartedly
D) To take seriously