Select Correct Idiom/Phrase from the sentences which is given below
Directions: In question numbers 1 to 4, four alternatives are given for the Idiom/Phrase underlined. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the Idiom /Phrase and mark in the Answer Sheet.
- To put in a nutshell
(a) To place something
(b) To be long and exhaustive about something
(c) TO be blunt about something
(d) To state something very concisely
- To make up one’s mind
(a) To remind oneself of something
(b) To decide what to do
(c) To think creatively
(d) To remember things clearly
- Nowadays it has become a fashion to take French Leave.
(a) Absenting oneself without permission
(b) Seeking permission from French Embassy
(c) Taking leave to go to France
(d) Saying goodbye I French style
- International monetary affairs are governed by the gnomes of Zurich.
(a) big international bankers
(b) witchcraft of Zurich
(c) guardians of treasure
(d) foreign leaders