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Words that have similar definitions are known as synonyms. This section tests your vocabulary in depth.
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An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word. This section also tests vocabulary of the student.
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Spotting errors deals with errors in use of Articles, Nouns, Pronouns, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Subject – Verb Agreement, Tenses, Adjectives, and Adverbs.
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In this section, a word is written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt.
Choosing Correct incorrect Sentence
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In Sentence correction, either questions have same sentences of different forms or different sentences. Student has to select the one which conveys the meaning of the sentence correctly.
Direct and Indirect Speech
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Direct and indirect speech can be a wellspring of perplexity for English learners. Saying exactly what somebody has said is called direct speech. Indirect speech, doesn’t utilize quotes to encase what the individual said and it doesn’t need to be word for word.
Idioms and Phrases
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An expression, word or phrase that has a non-literal meaning that is understood in regard to a typical use of that expression that is separate from the exacting significance or meaning of the expressions of which it is made is known as an idiom.
A gathering of words that stand together as a solitary unit, normally as a major aspect of a clause or a sentence is called as a phrase.
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The capacity to read content, process it, and comprehend its importance or meaning is known as reading comprehension. An individual’s capacity to understand content is affected by their features and cleverness, one of which is the capacity to make derivations.
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Sentence completion questions easier than reading comprehension problems because they are so much shorter, however sentence completions can contain difficult vocabulary and confusing meanings. It’s imperative that we take after a powerful methodology to “unpack” all the little signs and flags that lead us to the right choice.
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In Sentence Improvement questions, a sentence is given with a word or phrase italicised. The applicant is required to look at this italicised part as per the guidelines of grammar utilization and vocabulary and choose its rightness. A few substitutes to the italicised part are given beneath the sentence. The applicant is required to pick the option which when substitutes the italicised part, the sentence turns out to be grammatically right. If that the italicised part is right as it is, then the right choice is ‘No improvement’ or ‘No correction required’.
Rearrangement of Sentences
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A sentence or a section is broken into a few sections which are then scattered up and named 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6 etc. The competitor is required to modify these parts into an important configuration and then select the right request from among the decisions gave.
Reconstruction of Sentences
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In Reconstruction of Sentence questions, you are given the first and last parts of a sentence. The rest of the sentence is broken into four sections named (P), (Q), (R) and (S). You are required to arrange these parts to shape a complete important sentence and after that pick the right combination.