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13th May 2017: Daily MCQs on Verbal Ability (in Hindi)
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In this lesson, Binati has discussed daily MCQs to test verbal ability for CAT examination.

Binati Sheth
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  1. Hello! l am Binati Sheth You can find me on all Unacademy platforms @binati157

  2. Daily MCQs to test your Verbal Abilities

  3. She was visibly hurt by his remarks, I could see her desperately trying to hold down tears. A. Hold on to B. Hold up C. Hold over D. Hold back Replace the underlined word

  4. Odd meaning of the Word: BREAK A. The police fear that violence will break our if the state is not divided. B. The company hopes to break even this year and begin making profits thereafter. C. Her face broke out with a smile on reading the letter D. The police found it difficult to break down the resistance of the accused. 2

  5. The two friends who met after a long time, were seen catching out on each other's health and families A. Catching with B. Catching over C. Catching up D. Catching in Replace the underlined word 3

  6. Odd meaning of the Word: CAST A. We were cast off by the failure of our efforts, B. She began to cast around for an excuse to go to her hometown C. You must cast your mind back to the early period of our fight for independence. D. He tried to cast off the suspicion from his mind, 4

  7. In our country, corruption runs right across all sections of society. A. Runs through B. Runs over C. Runs against D. Runs into Replace the underlined word 5

  8. Odd meaning of the Word: OPEN A. He will not open up to strangers because he is suspicious of them. B. The narrow path opened into the highway. C. The army now opens up several opportunities to women. D The police had orders not to open fire on the rioting students, whatever the provocation 6

  9. The government's decision to pull back the heritage structure and build a new commercial complex in its place, drew flak from the public. A. Pull up B. Pull down C. Pull through D. Pull aside Replace the underlined word

  10. Odd meaning of the Word: PULL A. The quick start helped her to pull ahead of the other runners. B. It is not necessary to pull down others to get ahead of them. C. He pulled off a miraculous win. D. With careful nursing he is sure to pull out of the illness. 8