Select the most appropriate meaning of the idiom.
Back in saddle
Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom
Like talking to a brick wall
Select the most appropriate option to substitute the underlined segment in the given sentence. If there is no need to substitute it, select ‘No improvement’.
Sele, is a near extinct language, spoken for just five villages in Nepal, which lie close to Tibet.
Given below are four jumbled sentences. Select the option that gives their correct order.
A. Some returned in the 80’s but they were not allowed to reclaim or buy land.
B. In the 70’s many Vietnamese living in Cambodia faced deportation after a change in government.
C. Their only solution was to live in wooden homes floating on the lake.
D. Even today they can be found living on the lake surviving on fishing and tourism.
Select the word which means the same as the group of words given.
A natural skill at doing something
Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom.
Bite off more than one can chew
Select the INCORRECTLY spelt word.
A. For example, our project files were kept pending for a few years.
B. However, such hindrances did not stop us from tirelessly working towards the establishment of 450 clinics.
C. We initially constructed over 150 clinics.
D. But very soon many roadblocks were put in our path of expansion.
Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.DIVERSE
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