Full Of Beans

Life is meant live in full of beans. Go on read more and find out what I mean by “full of beans”.

Your guess is as good as mine
Sentence-: If you really know the answer tell me, otherwise your guess is as good as mine.
Meaning-: To have no idea about a particular thing
Whole Nine Yards
Sentence-:I don’t want a piece of it from here and there; I want the whole nine yards.
Meaning-: all of it
Hear something straight from the horse mouth
Sentence-: You may either make guesses here and there or hear to something straight from the horse mouth.
Meaning-: To hear something from authoritative person.
Taste Of Your Own Medicine
Sentence-: It is easy to command but the real you is discovered only when you have tasted your own medicine.
Meaning-: something happens with you that you were doing with someone else
Take a grain of salt
Sentence-: There will be many who will advice you; it is your choice whether to follow it or take a grain of salt.
Meaning-: to not take something seriously
On your beam ends
Sentence-: you need to make sure that when you are on your beam ends, you have ways to work it out.
Meaning-: near the end of your resources
Full of beans
Sentence-: Archit is always full of beans.
Meaning-: lively; in high spirits
Give someone beans
Sentence-: The teacher gave archie some beans when he came late for three days in a row.
Meaning-: Scold or deal severely with a person
A hill of beans
Sentence-: what others think of you must be a hill of beans for you.
Meaning-: something of little importance or value
Beat a hasty retreat
Sentence-: he beat the hasty retreat when Avinash offered him alcohol.
Meaning-: withdraw, typically in order to avoid something unpleasant

Why Idioms?
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Exercise Synonym #203

Exercise Synonym-:

The “exercise synonym” asks you to identify the best synonym of the given words-:

  1. TURGID
    1. shrunken
    2. bombastic
    3. turbulent
    4. elastic

    Exercise Synonym

    Synonyms

  2. SQUELCH
    1. quell
    2. burp
    3. bite
    4. malign
  3. CONFOUND
    1. slam
    2. excavate
    3. bewilder
    4. discover
  4. VISAGE
    1. senility
    2. countenance
    3. avenue
    4. application
  5. WELTER
    1. haven
    2. clutter
    3. worship
    4. protégé
  6. CONGLOMERATION

    1. combination
    2. scepter
    3. senile
    4. rickety
  7. SLANDER

    1. vested
    2. libel
    3. repudiated
    4. vigorous
  8. EXALTED

    1. ideal
    2. abscess
    3. hitherto
    4. smutty
  9. ELOQUENCE

    1. epoch
    2. dream
    3. passion
    4. senile
  10. EXTERMINATING

    1. exigencies
    2. inculcated
    3. blackguards
    4. eradicate
  11. BOGGLED

    1. flabbergast
    2. expect
    3. Inuit
    4. intuitive
  12. CANE

    1. canister
    2. pikestaff
    3. bruise
    4. canalize
  13. HELM

    1. leadership
    2. hellion
    3. airily
    4. hoe-down
  14. RESOUND

    1. garment
    2. lewd
    3. reproduce
    4. lexical
  15. RAKED

    1. ragbag
    2. scour
    3. sultry
    4. valuation
  16. ABERRATION

    1. complete
    2. complex
    3. delusion
    4. leaky
  17. ABHOR

    1. detest
    2. love
    3. crime
    4. lean
  18. ACQUIESCE

    1. give in
    2. give up
    3. go along
    4. get out
  19. ALACRITY

    1. lavish
    2. rendering
    3. enthusiasm
    4. mendacious
  20. AMIABLE

    1. egregious
    2. charming
    3. cheetah
    4. resound
  21. REPUDIATED

    1. disgraced
    2. shrewd
    3. eloquence
    4. denomination
  22. INEXORABLE

    1. decrepit
    2. merciless
    3. epoch
    4. pacifist
  23. VESTED

    1. docile
    2. robed
    3. unheeded
  24. INCULCATED

    1. impart
    2. precooked
    3. terminable
    4. hitherto
  25. RESENTED

    1. tentatively
    2. meritorious
    3. gnaw
    4. dislike

It is not about how well you prepare, it is about how much faith you have in your dreams. So, take the leap of faith and go for your dreams.
ANSWERS
1-b
2-a
3-c
4-b
5-b
6-a
7-b
8-a
9-c
10-d
11-a
12-b
13-a
14-c
15-b
16-c
17-a
18-a
19-c
20- b
21-a
22-b
23-c
24-a
25-d

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Sentence Completion

Sentence Completion

are the most common questions asked in IELTS. So go and practice lots of questions based on sentence completion.
Given below are five sentences with some blanks in them. Your task is to complete the sentence with the most appropriate word given in the options.

  1. Innovation would ___ in one trading hub for a while but then stagnate, sometimes because of external predators-roving pirates, invading barbarians but more often because of internal parasites.

    1. perish
    2. palliate
    3. flourish
    4. dramatize
  2. Boomers and their parents also spent their ___ years away from the cities, where newer immigrants tended to gather unlike today’s young people who have become more involved with immigrants.

    1. fantastic
    2. frenetic
    3. formative
    4. idyllic
  3. ____, shy dogs tend to live much longer that bold, aggressive dogs.

    1. febrile
    2. captivated
    3. docile
    4. ferocious
  4. When a mouse catches a whiff of a cat or a rat, it steps away from the direction of the scent, generally backward so it can keep an eye on the ______

    1. predator
    2. cannibal
    3. perfume
    4. swath
  5. Scientist have been able to formulate _ _______in the case of DNA, but definitive research has yet to provide a similar formulation for a finger print or a voice.

    1. fornesics
    2. nostrum
    3. distinctiveness
    4. therapeutic

Answers-:
1-3
2-3
3-2
4-1
5-3
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Vocabulary Questions For IELTS

VOCABULARY QUESTIONS 101-102

Given below are vocabulary questions that can help you increase your vocabulary.
Question 101-FIND THE WORD THAT IS THE BEST OPPOSITE

  1. CABALISTIC

    • artistic
    • exoteric
    • cryptic
    • acrylic
  2. TENEBROUS

    • unilateral
    • melodious
    • light
    • harsh
  3. IMBECILIC

    • fundamental
    • regular
    • populous
    • precocious
  4. Vocabulary Questions

    Vocabulary Words

  5. IMPUISSANT

    • potent
    • poignant
    • prevalent
    • placable
  6. SETACEOUS

    • barbed
    • disputations
    • unarmed
    • contagious

QUESTION 102
Knowing just the word is not going to help you in IELTS. You need to know their synonyms as well.
In the given sentences, find out the best synonym-:

  1. MAUNDER
    1. mishandle
    2. insult
    3. wander
    4. assault
  2. EXIGUOUS
    1. scanty
    2. irrelevant
    3. healthy
    4. proximate
  3. GOSSAMER
    1. filmy
    2. intractable
    3. snake-like
    4. wild
  4. CARTEL
    1. decoration
    2. syndicate
    3. official
    4. knowledge
  5. FEINT
    1. obscure
    2. feeble
    3. swear
    4. dodge
  6. MOROSE
    1. amiable
    2. sullen
    3. gorgeous
    4. jumbled
  7. INDITE
    1. accuse
    2. jumble
    3. compose
    4. arouse
  8. BRASH
    1. resonant
    2. plausible
    3. impetuous
    4. fragmented
  9. PRIVATION
    1. want
    2. privacy
    3. alienation
    4. eccentricity
  10. TENUOUS
    1. mushrooming
    2. slight
    3. vicious
    4. unlimited

ANSWERS 101-:
1-b
2-c
3-d
4-a
5-c
ANSWERS 102
1-c
2-a
3-a
4-b
5-d
6-b
7-c
8-c
9-c
10-b
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