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7th 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
An Avid Reader. A Teacher. An Aid worker. An Engineer (E&C). A Writer. Budding Art Connoisseur. A philomath. A Shōnen Otaku.

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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. Form Coherent Paragraph: a) Its methodical error lies in the fact that it over-estimates the epistemological value of our logical operations and to a certain extent admits the validity of other sources of knowledge such as institution. Art is almost always harmless and beneficent, it does not seek to be anything else but an illusion b) c) Philosophy is not opposed to science, it behaves itself as if it were science, and to a certain extent it makes use of methods, but it parts company with science, in that it clings to the illusion that it can produce a complete and coherent picture of the universe, though in fact that picture needs to fall to pieces with every new advance in our knowledge. Save in the case of a few people who are obsessed by art, it never dares to make any attacks on the realms of reality Of the three forces which can dispute the position of science, religion alone is a really serious enemy as it can exert its power over the strongest emotions of human beings. d) e)


  4. Closest meaning: OBFUSCATE obliterate elucidate mollify confound 2


  5. Closest meaning: EXONERATE absolve endorse stimulate implicate 3


  6. Opposite meaning: INNOCUOUS banal fascinating riveting obnoxious 4


  7. Opposite meaning: ANNIHILATION invention obliteration insurrection creation 5


  8. Odd one out: insurrection mutiny uprising incursion 6


  9. Odd one out: innate inherent intrinsic established 7


  10. ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION: A person trained to live and work in a watertight underwater chamber in and from which he can conduct oceanographic experiments. aquanaut seafarer buccaneer bluejacket 8