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8th April 2017: Practice MCQs
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This lesson covers MCQs on English language comprehension skills in various categories like antonyms, synonyms, et cetera.

Palak Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Palak Sharma
Economics Grad🎓 IELTS 8.5 Band Scorer🏅Author of "So This is How I Die of Wandering" 📖

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Amisha Jaiswal
4 months ago
correct 👏
Hii palak your course is awsome it help me a lot.....But i saw a problem in lecture Day 08 practice MCQs of yours ....i think MCQs 2 answer is not A (beans: coffee) ... because as relation THREAD: COTTON thread is made from cotton in same way beans is not made from coffee ....which is inverse of the thread and cotton relation.....Please correct me if i am wrong....thankyou...
Palak Sharma
2 years ago
Hi Vishv, thanks for bringing out the error. This has been a doubt for me too since morning so I searched for its correct answer in lots of places. I confirmed it with books like Tata McGraw Hill's Reasoning book, and CSR's CSAT practice book too. Accordingly I had to mention A as the correct answer despite not finding it correct. Try finding some source with the correct answer if you can, in the meantime I'll search too. We will mention it in future lessons. Best of luck :)
Vishv Kumar
2 years ago
Yes i will try my best to find correct possible source for this..
Hey Palak! For question 2, Thread is made up of Cotton. and noodles are made from flour. And Coffee is made from Beans. Thus from the given relationship I feel Noodles : Flour ought to be the correct answer. Also, flour not being the sole constituent for noodles may not be a sound logic to disqualify this option as thread may not be entirely made up of cotton.
Palak Sharma
2 years ago
Hi Gagan, Just check out my reply to the previous comment. :)
If you teach like this there is no need for coaching to write a competitive exam
thank you mam for increasing the question.
4/7...Thank You Mam.

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  3. MCQ 1 hese questions are not complete sentences. One or more words are left out of each sentence. Under each sentence there are four words or phrases given. Choose one word phrase that completes the sentence correctly 1. Information overload in ads is a common problem_drug companies marketing their products. (A) At (C) Of (B) for (D) from

  4. ANSWER (C) of

  5. MCQ 2 In these questions, a related pair of words in capitals is followed by four pairo that best expresses the relationship similar to that expressed in original pair. 2. THREAD: COTTON (A) beans: coffee (C) noodles: flour (B) cloth: shirt (D) vegetables: soup

  6. ANSWER (A) beans: coffee

  7. MCQ 3 Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word. 3. GRISLY (A) Fragrant (B) haggard (C) Pleasant (D) Shapely

  8. ANSWER (C) Pleasant Fragrant- smelly . Haggard- fresh Shapely - misshapen

  9. MCQ 4 n each of these questions, a disarranged sentence is given and coded as a, b, c, d. Select the choice which gives the correct order of the parts of the sentence in order to make it meaningful. 4. (a) new members (b) and to raise money (c) the purpose of the meeting (d) is to introduce (A) Cb doa (C) A b cd (B) c d a b (D)abdc

  10. ANSWER (B) c d a b