Phrasal Verb Questions Quiz for SSC CGL Tier-II 2017


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Dear Students, English section of CGL Tier-2 Exam is very challenging. You need to gird up your loins to score maximum marks.Today, in this English quiz we are providing Phrasal Verb quiz, learn important grammar rules effectively in just a needed time and prepare for the CGL Tier-2 2017. We wish you good luck for the CGL Exam.

Directions (1-15): In the following questions four alternatives are given for phrases . Choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given phrase.

Q1. Chicken out
(a) To refuse to do something because of fear
(b) Mild-mannered
(c) in a very short time
(d) To reveal a secret


Q2. Come apart
(a) To break; separate
(b) To affect
(c) To obtain
(d) To admit

Q3. Flip off
(a) To browse rapidly
(b) To make a rude/obscene gesture
(c) To wash oneself
(d) To payout

Q4. Slip up
(a) Cause a delay
(b) Make a mistake
(c)  To represent
(d) Lift up

Q5. Pull over
(a) Drive a vehicle to the side of the road.
(b) Begin to wear
(c) Return something
(d) Take advantage of

Q6. Pick on
(a) Refresh
(b) Bully; intentionally try to make someone upset
(c) Revitalize
(d) To get something you want

Q7. Lay off
(a) Dismiss someone from a job because of lack of work or money
(b) Forget
(c) Omit
(d) Delay

Q8. Get by 
(a) Recover
(b) Survive financially in a difficult situation
(c) Learn
(d) To find something

Q9. Butt In
(a) Impolitely interrupt
(b) Cancel
(c) Register for
(d) Scatter

Q10. Act up
(a) Move in Reverse
(b) Misbehave (for people)
(c) To act smart
(d) To confirm an information

Q11. Bone up
(a) A personal relationship
(b) Study thoroughly for a short time
(c) To follow a routine
(d) Return something

Q12. Face up
(a) To admit to; to take responsibility for
(b) Facing to the opposite
(c) Depart
(d) Continue

Q13. Mark up
(a) Result in
(b) Disappoint
(c) Increase the price
(d) Reduce the price

Q14. Turn in
(a) Deliver/Submit to someone
(b) Decrease the volume
(c) Solve a problem
(d) To wait

Q15. Tell off
(a) To tell stories
(b) To tell a secret
(c) Speak to someone bluntly and negatively saying exactly what she/he did
(d) To stop talking





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