Friday, February 28, 2020

WBCS Polity and Constitution MCQs Prelims and Mains

[ Idioms ]OBJECTIVE GENERAL ENGLISH MCQ Questions For WBCS Exams P5


English - 05
21. 'To come to the fore' means to become —
(A) Weak
(B) Aware
(C) Prominent
(D) Aggressive
[Idiom]

Correct Answer: [C] Prominent.
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22. The expression 'to take stock of ' means :
(A) To survey
(B) To manipulate
(C) To question
(D) To argue
[Idiom]

Correct Answer: [A] To survey.
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23. Your arguments are of no avail.
(A) Unprofitable
(B) Useless
(C) Helpless
(D) Meaningless
[Idiom]

Correct Answer: [B] Useless.
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24. The man in the street is opposed to this idea.
(A) The destitute
(B) The average, ordinary
(C) The beggar
(D) The pavement-dweller
[Idiom]

Correct Answer: [B] The average, ordinary.
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25. He is not fit to hold a candle to the predecessor.
(A) Not to be named in comparison with
(B) Unfit to guide
(C) Unable to enlighten
(D) Incapable of following
[Idiom]

Correct Answer: [A] Not to be named in comparison with.
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