Black is only a colour but when we use it with different words, we get entirely different meaning. We use these phrases to make our language interesting.
Refer the above text to answer the following questions:
(A) Black out (B) black sheep (C) black mailer (D) black eye
(A) same meaning (B) almost same meaning
(C) different meaning (D) no meaning
(A) demanding money by threatening someone.
(B) person who brings bad name to his family.
(C) a dishonourable man.
(D) temporary loss of consciousness or memory.
(A) Dark eye (B) black spot (C) blackguard (D) black eye
(A) black eye (B) blackleg (C) blacklist (D) blackguard
(A) blacklist (B) blackball (C) black spot (D) blackmail
(A) black bat (B) blackball (C) black hand (D) blackleg
(A) black place (B) blacklist (C) blackguard (D) black spot
(A) person who brings bad name to his family.
(B) demanding money by threatening someone.
(C) List of people who are considered dangerous.
(D) A person who works when others are on strike.
(A) interesting (B) different (C) difficult (D) unique
(1) (B); (2) (C); (3) (D); (4) (D); (5) (B); (6) (D); (7) (B); (8) (D); (9) (A); (10) (A)