Discussion :: Idioms and Phrases - Section 2 (Q.No.27)
In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase italicised and underlined in the sentence. Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of idiom/phrase.
He is leaving the country for a good.
Answer: Option C
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|Govar Dhan said: (Apr 7, 2012)|
|It should be "for good"!|
|Akshay said: (Aug 14, 2013)|
|Exactly! It should be " He is leaving the country for good" !|
|Rohit said: (Sep 28, 2014)|
|The answer should be for better prospects, what do you think?|
|Brijesh Singh said: (Oct 5, 2014)|
|Ya the answer should be "for better prospects".|
|Janvi said: (Aug 16, 2015)|
|For a good means forever.|
|Lubna said: (Dec 18, 2015)|
|Yes for better prospects.|
|Neeraj said: (Apr 10, 2016)|
|Option A. for better prospects is the accurate answer.|
|Shams said: (Apr 20, 2016)|
|No friends "for good" means forever.|
|Kasenya said: (Jun 1, 2016)|
|It should be 'for good' and not 'for a good'. For good means forever.|
|Ganesh said: (Aug 20, 2017)|
|I believe it should be for better prospects.|
|Himank said: (Aug 20, 2018)|
|It should be ''for good'' instead of ''for a good''.|
|Valli said: (Oct 28, 2018)|
|Can anyone tell me the exact answer?
Is for a good means forever?
|Amarjeet Sharma said: (Dec 20, 2019)|
|It should be "for better prospects".|
|Vatsan said: (Mar 28, 2020)|
|I think if it were 'for good' then for ever would have been suitable but 'for a good' means for better prospects.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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