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Free Mock Test For Banking – IDIOMS AND PHRASES || Check Here!!!. Candidates who are looking for offline mock test for banking exam can use this opportunity; here we are conducting free mock test series for the aspirants who are tried to achieve your goal. We have providing the free mock tests for the all banking aspirants on topic of IDIOMS AND PHRASES. Our mock test are available free of cost. A candidate gets the chance to improve their career.

We are conducting the mock test on every Tuesday for banking aspirants. Answers and solution keys will be release Tuesday evening 5 pm. candidates can identify their mistakes sections by practicing our mock test. It’s very useful for the banking aspirants. Don’t miss that opportunity. Mock test questions are only standard and latest concepts. Mock test question are available here.

IDIOMS AND PHRASES

Directions (1-5): Identify the words that are similar in meaning to the phrase in bold. If none of option conveys the correct meaning, mark (E) as your answer. The options do not necessarily need to be grammatically correct.

Directions (1-5): Identify the words that are similar in meaning to the phrase in bold. If none of option conveys the correct meaning, mark (E) as your answer. The options do not necessarily need to be grammatically correct.

  1. She was so under the weather that she had to skip the tournament.

A. busy B. injured C. unwell D. depressed E. None of the above

  1. The thought of spending his weekend working on the presentation made him see red.

A. feel upset B. get contemplative C. feel sad and morose D. feel furious suddenly E. None of the above

3. With batting average of 20.23 in 2018 and 19.75 in 2019, Shai Hope‟s place in the lineup has become increasingly untenable.

A. unjustifiable B. fatigued C. unfair D. ridiculous E. None of the above

4. Taking advantage of bowling first, the visiting team‟s unheralded pace attack turned the tables on the fancied home team.

A. landed a knockout blow B. converting a difficult situation into one of strength C. took advantage by unfair means D. made a mess E. None of the above

5. Losing Edith after more than 30 years of married life made Roger lose the plot completely

A. act in a crazy, chaotic or irrational manner B. act in a boorish or impolite manner C. act snobbishly D. pretend indifference E. None of the above

Directions (6-10): Given below are a set of phrasal verbs and their meanings. Choose the option that best describes the meaning of the phrasal verb given in bold in the statements below.

  1. Strangers come up to him in the street and say how much they enjoy his books.

A. approach B. appeal C. invite D. propose E. drive

7. They tried to save their marriage by going to therapy but at the end, it fell apart anyway.

A. escaped B. ruffled C. bothered D. returned E. disintegrated

8. I long to live so that I can get around what is no less than a new world to me.

A. walk B. explore C. research D. design E. analyze

9. He has a lot of contacts because he gives out his business card to everyone he meets.

A. surveys B. conceals C. distributes D. specifies E. reports

10. The three of us chipped in and bought the boat for Dad.

A. disbursed B. intervened C. negotiated D. affirmed E. thwarted

Directions (11-15): In each of the following questions, a sentence is given with a blank. There are five phrasal verbs given below each sentence, one out of which can be used in the blank to form a meaningful sentence. Choose the most appropriate idiom among the five options that makes the sentence contextually meaningful.

  1. Both the parties have begun meeting with each other to ______________ seat sharing and other political issues.

A. Magic Away B. Make into C. Mull Over D. Make it E. Make for

12. The entire affair will _____________ for months and it could be that the legal eagles will be the only ones to do well out of it.

A. Dawn on B. Die down C. Dash off D. Dig in E. Drag On

13. Morning showers and storms will continue to ____________, and the heat stays with us as we close out the week.

A. Fade Away B. Factor in C. Fall Apart D. Fizzle Out E. Fall Behind

14. PM Modi emphasizes need to __________ stigma attached to COVID-19 infection.

A. Wait Around B. Weed Out C. Wait up D. Warm up E. Warm off

15. It is clear that there are inherent risks, there are precautions to be taken even as we ___________ transmission risks, in pursuing a passion/profession the way we know best.

A. Sail through B. Save up C. Skirt Around D. Screw up E. Scribble down

Directions (16-20): In each of the following questions, a sentence is given with a blank. There are five idioms given below each sentence, one out of which can be used in the blank to form a meaningful sentence. Choose the most appropriate idiom among the five options that makes the sentence contextually meaningful.

  1. People want usto _________________ and do something instantaneous but such things have to be dealt with properly.

A. Make ends meet B. Put in the hard yards C. Hit the ground running D. Jump the gun E. Go down a memory lane

17. Lately, any young American writer of any ambition has been imitating DeLillo”; his technical virtuosity in extremis, his _________________ .

A. Heaving a sigh of relief B. Fiddling while Rome burns C. Pulling out all the stops D. A Force to reckon with E. Picking up the pieces

18. A guitar-strumming member of the faithful political band has _________________ on a minor drugs charge.

A. Faced the music B. Lock, stock and barrel C. Hung him out to dry D. Thrown his weight‟s behind E. Gone the whole hog

19. While the economy in Michigan and across the country is reopening _________________, it’s by no means “business as usual.”

A. Beat around the bush B. Be written in stone C. A drop in the ocean D. A dime a dozen E. In fits and starts

20. One of my roommates had an essay due in a couple of days, and you could tell because his fingers were moving across the keyboard as fast as ___________________.

A. hands down B. goody-two-shoes C. a man of straw D. greased lightning E. Head over heels

Directions (21-25): In each of the question given below a/an idiom/phrase is given in bold which is then followed by five options which then tries to decipher its meaning as used in the sentence. Choose the option which gives the meaning of the phrase most appropriately in context of the given sentence.

  1. When you have finished your work sheets, clip them together and hand them in to me.

A. arrange B. accommodate C. submit D. address E. adduce

  1. But the minister was sufficiently in love to look down on the unexpected indication.

A. disregard B. sympathize C. observe D. reconsider E. search

  1. We might as well plan to put together our globe by redistributing the elements in it.

A. align B. reorganize C. develop D. draft E. compare

  1. He was afraid that he had brought me up short, when he said you were to win races for your father’s good.

A. distressed B. misled C. affiliated D. startled E. amused

  1. I may need to call on the university‟s excellent professors in order to answer your question.

A. access B. converse C. connect D. insist E. interface

Directions(26-30): In each of the questions, 4 sentences are given which have used phrasal verbs highlighted in bold. Choose the sentence which has not used the phrasal verbs correctly. If all the sentences are grammatically and contextually correct, mark option (E) All are correct.

  1. A. Where is the manager of this club? I want to talk to the big cheese.

B. Hershel was multitasking and getting stressed, so I told her not to taste off more than she could chew. C. You should try sleeping with your birthday suit on during summer nights. It‟s much more liberating. D. Rachael hated her Boss, but she bit the bullet and completed her work. E. All are correct

27. A. As the hunter fired his gun, the beast bit the dust.

B. Awarding the IIFA to her rival was a bad pill to swallow.

C. Both during and after the relationship with Meghan, I felt so black and blue.

D. The contract that you signed is in black and white, so there‟s nothing to hide.

E. All are correct

28. A. You should never take cocaine. It‟s a Warm hole you can‟t escape from.

B. It‟s not that the college is not aware of the mismanagement, but they don‟t call it because it would expose many and stir up a hornet’s nest.

C. With banks baying for his blood over default in payments, MehulChoksi has his back against the wall.

D. Richard has taken more responsibilities as he couldn‟t say „no‟ to his superior. I think he has bitten more than he can chew.

E. All are correct

29. A. Philip fell head over heels in love with his co-star and wants to marry her.

B. The increase in customs duty by the US government has upset the applecart of those domestic companies who were importing most of their machineries.

C. The overnight rain spoilt our plan to watch baseball match next morning.

D. Sheila is more productive time during the evening because she‟s developed this good habit of keeping pubg games at arm’s length.

E. All are correct

30. A. The press has traditionally been up in arms with the leader of the ruling party.

B. The new author tried to drive a strongest bargain with the publishing house on signing amount, but couldn‟t because she didn‟t have the brand name.

C. The marketing team blamed the techies for the failure to bag the deal, but they were barking up the wrong tree.

D. I was scraping the barrel when I had to stay for a year with my in-laws after I lost my work.

E. All are correct

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Every Tuesday will be conducting the free mock test

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Every Tuesday 5 pm will be release the answers and solution key for the mock test series.

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