Idiom-Phrase

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Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of underlined Idiom/Phrase.

His pronunciation was so bad and his voice so low that the speech he made was all Greek to me.
Inaudible
no
Strange
no
Uninteresting
no
Incomprehensible
yes
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The boys cried with one voice that the examination should be postponed.
Unanimously
yes
Loudly
no
Strongly
no
Vehemently
no
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The poor man moved from pillar to post to get money.
Went to money lender
no
Went to post
no
Went to pillars
no
Tried his best
yes
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To talk through one’s hat
To talk secretively
no
To talk nonsense
yes
To talk softly
no
To talk carefully
no
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To keep up one’s appearances
To make public appearances now and then
no
To maintain one’s looks and appearance
no
To keep up an outward show of prosperity
yes
To make it appear that one is not concerned
no
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To turn over a new leaf
To clear the garden
no
To work on a novel idea
no
To start writing a new book
no
To change for the better
yes
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Dark horse
A notorious criminal
no
An extremely rich person
no
An extremely corrupt person
no
An unexpected winner
yes
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Ins and outs
Entrances and exits
no
Details and complexities
yes
Passages and pathways
no
Rules and regulations
no
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To take to one’s heel
To run away
yes
To walk slowly
no
To hop and jump
no
To march forward
no
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A stiff upper lip
To be a strict disciplinarian
no
To keep a secret
no
A sign of illness
no
Attitude of endurance in times of adversity
yes
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