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Below list of questions related to Idioms and Phrases asked in various competitive exams like SSC, IAS, GRE, GMAT etc. 1. He passed himself off as a noble man. 1. Pretended to be 2. Was looked upon 3. Was regarded as 4. Was thought to be 2. Since he knew what would happen, he should […]

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General-Awareness

Whether you are a foreign student or a native speaker, English skills can always be improved. There are many tried and true tips for learning English. These are five English tips that are often taught to the foreign language speakers coming into English. These tips not only help learn English, but they are also tips […]

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Special Notes of English for 10th Class Rajasthan Board Exam – 2016 Special Notes of English for 10th Class, Rajasthan Board Exam – 2016. Click here Harsh Morwal

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Correct uses of english

1. This is more better! Quite simply put, the comparative degree of a word like ‘beautiful’ is ‘more beautiful’ and its superlative is ‘most beautiful’ and not ‘beautifuller’ and ‘beautifullest’ because there are no such words in the dictionary :-) Similarly, the comparative degree of ‘good’ is ‘better’ and its superlative is ‘best’. The idea […]

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Say or Tell? Say and tell have similar meanings. They both mean to communicate verbally with someone. But we often use them differently. For bank exams, SSC tier-1 and tier-2 Bank po and any other English test this is famous question. We often see so many questions based on it. In options we see similar […]

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