Directions: In the following questions, find out the correct meaning of the underlined idioms and phrases from the given options. You can also review your choices by clicking into answer section.
1. It is no use talking to that thick-headed fellow.
2. Bhuwan's travelogues were always full of hot air.
A. Very entertaining
C. Consisting of horrible incidents
D. Full of nonsense
3. The young boy got into hot water with his parents when he had a fight at school.
A. To get into trouble
B. To enter water heated by the sun
C. To be in confused state of mind
D. To drink hot water
4. Throughout the fight, Ram managed to maintain a poker face.
A. Face showing anger
C. Mocking reactions
D. Face full of sorrow
5. The speaker gave a bird's eye view of the political conditions in the country.
A. A personal view
B. A general view
C. A biased view
D. A detailed presentation
6. Kind people in Nepal are a dime a dozen.
A. Very rare
B. In a particular area
C. Can be found in common
D. Hang out together
7. The concert was brought to a close with a display of fireworks.
8. Roshan has bitten off more than he chew.
A. Is trying to do much
B. Is very greedy
C. Is always hungry
D. Has little regard for others
9. In the past few years, technology has advanced by leaps and bounds throughout the world.
A. Very rapidly
C. Very slowly
D. From end to end
10. The class could not keep a straight face on hearing the strange pronunciation of the new teacher.
A. Remain silent
B. Remain serious
C. Remain mute
D. Remain disturbed
11. Rabindra business went bankrupt and 20 years of hard work ended up in smoke.
A. To make completely understand
B. To ruin oneself
C. To excite great applause
D. To overcome some one
12. The clerk wiped the nose of his employer by submitting a false bill and was dismissed from his job.
A. Cleaned the nose
13. He was a king who ruled his subjects with a high hand.
14. I have a bone to pick with you in this matter.
A. Am in agreement
B. Am angry
C. Am indebted
D. Will join hands
15. It was such a strange affair that I could not make head or tail of it.
A. Tolerate it
B. Face it
C. Remember it
D. Understand it