AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) 2020 MCQs Questions with Solutions and Explanations at Doorsteptutor. Com Part 4

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Question 21

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. Because I՚d lost my watch, so I was late for the meeting. She

B. lives in 38 Middle Street.

C. He՚d left his papers all across the room.

D. There have been many problems with the new bridge.

Question 22

Direction: Choose the sentence which is correct grammatically.

Ques

A. I had to go into work even though I was feeling terrible. Competition

B. entries must be received until 12.00 on 10 August.

C. Why on earth were you waving that knife around? What were you thinking about?

D. Do you care if I smoke a cigar?

Question 23

Direction: Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase in the question.

Purple Patch

A. a dark period

B. a period of success

C. safe way to royalty

D. mending old ties

Question 24

Direction: Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase in the question.

French Leave

A. an insulting defeat

B. a time of revelry

C. leave without permission

D. a great deception

Question 25

Direction: Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase in the question.

Hang out to dry

A. to desert one in a troubling situation

B. to ridicule

C. a time of truce

D. be critical of

Question 26

Direction: Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase in the question.

Down to the wire

A. digging deep

B. no chance of error

C. in great details

D. until the last moment

Question 27

Direction: Replace the underlined word/words with one of these two- or three-word verbs in an appropriate form.

If I tell you the secret, you must promise not to tell anyone else.

A. let in on

B. bring in

C. put down to

D. shootdown

Question 28

Direction: Replace the underlined word/words with one of these two- or three-word verbs in an appropriate form.

They՚re going to suffer a lot of criticism for increasing bus fares by so much.

A. put down to

B. gather up

C. come in for

D. put up with

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