Select the Correct Meaning of the Italicized Idiom and Phrase Out of the Four Choices Given. for the First Week, the Apprentice Felt like a Fish Out of Water. - English Language

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Select the correct meaning of the italicized idiom and phrase out of the four choices given.

For the first week, the apprentice felt like a fish out of water.

Options

  • frustrated 

  • homeless 

  • disappointed

  • uncomfortable

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Solution

uncomfortable

Explanation:

The phrase 'fish out of water' means a person in a completely unsuitable environment or situation. Therefore uncomfortable is the correct choice.

Concept: Idioms and Phrases (Entrance Exams)
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