Class XI

She was so intimidated by the presence of the school principal that she forgot her memorized lines and started to beat around the bush. 
  1. To run around a nearby bush in fright
  2. To talk indirectly, without coming to the main point
  3. To stammer
  4. To tap her feet in despair
A situation is provided below, followed by a idiom or proverb. Choose the one which fits the situation best. 
  1. You can’t always get what you want.
  2. Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.
  3. All good things must come to an end.
  4. Poor expectations, great hopes.
If you repay injustice with injustice, it will only make matters worse. 
  1. People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
  2. Handsome is as handsome does.
  3. Two wrongs don’t make a right.
  4.  Let not injustice beget injustice.
A bad or horrifying experience will scar a person for a lifetime and he (s)he will avoid a similar situation in future. 
  1. Fire is a good servant but a bad master
  2. A burnt cow dreads the fire
  3. A burnt child dreads the fire
  4. Burnt stables mean fearful horses
I had warned you all along that you were not studying hard enough. You never listened. What is the use of crying over spilt milk now? 
  1. You did not study seriously earlier despite my warnings. Now the exam is over and you have not done well.
  2. Since the exam is already over, there is nothing you can do now. So stop lamenting over the fact that you did not study earlier.
  3. Don’t cry over how badly you have fared in your exam. There is always another chance.
  4. What is the point of studying now that the exam is over?
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