10 Easy Ways to Improve Your English Vocabulary

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Learning English communication skills and vocabulary is a daunting task for every one, especially whose mother tongue is not English. So, here are 10 easy ways to improve your English vocabulary and to make the difficult task easy.

1. Surround Yourself with English:

Do you know the popular saying

Burn your boats”.

When Alexander the great invaded Persia, he ordered his men to burn their boats.

He said to the puzzled soldiers “We go home in Persian ships, or we die”.

Now they are left with only one choice….they must win the battle.

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21 tips to get more marks in Reading comprehension passage.

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21 tips to get more marks in Reading comprehension passage.

           Solving Reading Comprehension has become an inevitable part of almost every competitive examination. Students are habituated to solve simple and direct passages in their school days, but when it comes to competitive exams, the task becomes difficult.

                Unable to understand the vocabulary (meaning of words) and concept of the passage, students become dull and uninterested in this section.

                       I may give you some tips and strategies to achieve success in the examination, but the ultimate solution lies not in shortcut solutions, but long term preparation.

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Grand Mock Test on “Indian writing in English” For UGC NET.

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                                  Grand Mock Test on  “Indian writing in English”

30  Questions

 

1.  Salman Rushdie’s third novel “Shame” depicts the political scenario of

A.     India                                                     B. Bangladesh

C.     Pakistan                                               D. England

2. The children’s fables in poetry “Beastly Tales” is a work by

A.     Rudyard Kipling                                   B. Ruskin Bond

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