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This lesson covers all the key points to be focussed during solving cloze test with Perfect Strategy with previous year paper.

Neetu Rani is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Neetu Rani
Expertise in Banking Category | 2 Yr Teaching Experience | Presented Research Paper in NCCCS | Got Selected in IT Interviews 4 times

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SIR Saare words 4 letters word h na,,apne saare operation joint words me lga diye
mam kya rc ke liye apke video ke alawa kuch or follow krna padega pls reply
Neetu Rani
a month ago
No Neha....my videos are enough...but for practice....attempt mock test
Nehaa dass
a month ago
thank u mam or grammer rules k liye kya kare
Neetu Rani
a month ago
Watch courses which I created on my profile..... There are multiple courses
Neetu Rani
a month ago
COURSE NAME : - *Vocabulary Tricks : Target Govt Exams 2019 - Bank Exams* This is an awesome course which help you to remember difficult words in a very easy way by using short tricks and root words. Here, we will discuss a large number of words in a single lesson in a very interesting way. https://unacademy.com/lesson/super-30-tricks-for-vocabulary-words-in-hindi/OE9T88UX/?source=Course
Nehaa dass
a month ago
thank u mam ,ur courses helping me alot ,,,i will stick on it as far i can
Neetu Rani
a month ago
Definitely Neha.... All the very best for your preparation...and m always here to help you 😊🏆
Neetu Rani
a month ago
Most welcome Jagdish👍😊
Pls share link for all courses of video
Neetu Rani
2 months ago
I have shared with you in previous comment..watch them
Umesh Choudhary
2 months ago
Thank You mam
mam meaning ke liye kya kiya gaye
Neetu Rani
6 months ago
Thank you Manish for sharing your query.. Manish watch this entire course.. I have provided synonyms & antonyms for meaning purpose
  1. WELCOME TO UNACADEMY INDIA'S LARGEST LEARNING PLATFORM


  2. ABOUT ME " My Name is NEETU RANI. Graduation in B.E.( CSE) From RGPV, Bhopal. " Worked at NIIT Ltd. as a Faculty for 2 years Skilled in delivering Lectures to the students. * lunacadenm CURRENTLY TEACHER QUORA WRITER HOME TUTOR CONTENT CREATOR Presented Research Paper At NCCCS


  3. COMPLETE COURSE CLOZE TEST 5 in 1 lunacadenm


  4. ALL ROUNDER COURSE New PYQs OC Pattern Test AnalysisJ|Syno |Anto CLOZE TEST Strategy (Vocab RC lunacadenm


  5. FOR WHOM? ALL COMPETITIVE EXAMS ALL BANKING ASPIRANTS ALL SSC ASPI RANTS


  6. COURSE OVERVIEW 1. What Is Cloze Test? 2. Why Necessary? 3. Weightage 4. Types 5. Practice Set Detailed Analysis 6. Play With Options To Find Appropriate Answer. 7. How It Improves Entire English Section? 8. Steps To Be Followed While Solving It. 9 New pattern analysis 10. PYQs Solutions 11. Vocabulary bites 12. Strategy Discussion 13. Tips & tricks


  7. THANK YOU !! DO RATE & REVIEW Share Your Thoughts Through Comment Section


  8. How Cloze Test Improves Entire English Section CLOZE TEST will help you to improve these sections too which l mentioned below 1. Vocab 2. Synonyms & Antonym:s 3. Phrasal verb 4. Idioms & phrases 1 Reading comprehension 2.Fill in the blanks 3.Tense | preposition 4 Noun | pronoun


  9. How Cloze Test Improves Entire English Section 1. Reading The Entire Passage improves Reading Comprehension (RC) 2. Reading to be quick within minimum time. (Tense | Noun | Pronoun | Preposition)


  10. How to play with options?? 1. Option elimination method 2. Frequently used words carrying option 3. Option which carry appropriate article,noun,pronoun,etc.


  11. Option Elimination Method?? There will be 5 options. The options which are not relevent to the passage can be eliminated. After elimination, it will be simple and easy too select the appropriate option. For this, need to have idea about vocab and grammar. 1. 2. 3. 4.


  12. Frequently Used Words?? Easy words Sometimes, you may not be able to decide between two words. In this case, if you see a word in the options that is frequently used with the words around the blank, then pick that option. 1. 2.


  13. SET - 1 The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at the central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour for a rate cut, and Consumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey of households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5) (Putting) out its reasoning for opting to remain watchful", the RBI has raised transient questions relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being whether the "unusually low momentum in the reading for April will endure".


  14. 1 The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at the r central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour for a rate cut, and Consumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey of households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5) (Putting) D. Reconsider out its reasoning for opting to remain "watchful, the RBl has raised transient questions relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being whether the "unusually low momentum in the reading for April will endure" A. Reevaluate B. Revise E. No Correction Reevaluate means to determine the significance, worth or quality of something. Revise means to consider again an idea, piece of writing etc. Reconsider means to think again about a decision or opinion. Reinstate means to put back or establish again. Reaffirm means to assert again. Hence, reaffirm is the most suitable response.


  15. The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at the central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour for a rate cut, and Consumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey of households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5) (Putting) out its reasoning for opting to remain "watchful, the RBl has raised transient question:s relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being whether the "unusually low momentum in the reading for April will endure" 2 A. Expertise C. Instrument D. Remit E. No Correction


  16. 3 The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at r the central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour fora B. Pretext rate cut, and Consumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey of households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5)D. Face (Putting) out its reasoning for opting to remain "watchful", the RBI has raised transient questions relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being whether the "unusually low momentum in the reading for April will endure" A. Need C. Dearth E. No Correction In the face of means when confronted with. In the given context, RBI has kept the rate unchanged despite the demand for reducing the rate. Hence, face is the most suitable response.


  17. The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at the central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's Monetary Policy Committee has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour for a rate 4 A. Real cutandConsumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey ofB. Impressive households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5) (Putting) out its reasoning for opting to remain "watchful, the RBl has raised transient question:s relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being whether the "unusually low momentum in the reading for April will endure" C. Obvious D. Unusual E. No Correction


  18. The Reserve Bank of India's decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged, and (1) (reinstate) its "neutral" policy stance, clearly indicates that policymakers at the central bank are singularly focused on their primary (2) (assignment) of ensuring price stability while supporting economic growth. That the RBI's 4 A. Real Monetary Policy Commtte has chosen to do so in the (3) (cover) of clamour for aB. Impressive rate cut, and Consumer Price Index data and the bank's own survey of households' inflation expectations appearing (4) (benign), points to the MPC's determination to reassert the central bank's independence, especially in the rate-setting realm. (5) (Putting) out its reasoning for opting to remain "watchful", the RBI has raised transient questions relating to the outlook for price stability, the foremost being C. Obvious D. Unusual whether the "unusuall low momentum in the reading for April will endure". E. No Correction Real means something existing. Impressive refers to something that arouses admiration. Obvious means apparent. Unusual means not commonly occurring or done. Benign means not harmful or favourable. Hence, benign is the most suitable response.


  19. COMPLETE COURSE CLOZE TEST OLD PATTERN lunacadenm


  20. SET 2 Every month, scientists--(i)--new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and_(ii)_(such as computer games and MP3s).(ii) suggests, however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem (iv) a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often find using new technology (v) and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their_ (vi)_of technological awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime (vii) the future, when you've got children of your own, your_(vi) to deal with new technology will probably (ix)_and your children will feel more (x) with new technology than you do.


  21. Every month, scientists(i) new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and_(ii) (such as computer games and MP3s). (suggests, however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem(iv) a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often find using new technology (v) and different. But if you'rea teenager who criticizes your parents for their_ (vi)of technological 1 enager wh citicikes your parent for thai(B) invent awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime (vi) _the future, (C) estimate when you've got children of your own, your (vii)to deal with new technology will probably ()and your children will tel(D) discover more (x) with new technology than you do.


  22. Every month, scientists ()_new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and_(ii) (such as computer games and MP3s). (ii_suggests, however, that it is the young people 2 whe are best able to deal with this change Whereas teemagers hawe noA) gadgets problem (iv)a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often find using new technology (v)and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their__(vi)_of technological awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime_ (vii)the future, when you've got children of your own, your (viiito deal with new technology will probably(x)_and your children will fee(D) screens more_ (x)with new technology than you do.


  23. 2 ) gadgets Every month, scientists()new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and(i(such as computer games and MP3s) sugsests, (A however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem lv) a DVD player, their parents and(B) laptops grandparents often find using new technology(v)and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their_ (vi) of technological awareness, age cC)software don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your_(vii) _to deal with new technologyl(D) screens probably_ (ix) and your children will feel more (x)with new technology than you do. 'Such as computer games and MP3s' is a clue. Computer games, laptops and MP3s aren't 'software' and hence can be discarded.


  24. Every month, scientists ()_new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and_(ii) (such as computer games and MP3s).(iii)suggests, however, that it is the young people s. who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers havenoA) Industry problem (iv)a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often 3 nd using new technolod different But if you're a(B) experiment teenager who criticizes your parents for their__(vi)_of technological awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime (vii) the future, (C) program when you've got children of your own, your (viiito deal with new technology will probably (ix) and your children will feel(D) research more_ (x)with new technology than you do.


  25. Every month, scientists_ (i)_new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and 3 computers) and(such as computer games and MP3s)( suggests,(A) industr however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem (iv) a DVD plaver, their parents and(B) experiment teenager who criticizes your parents for their (vi) of technological awareness,(C) program grandparents often find using new technology(v)and different. But if you're a don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your (viii) to deal with new technology will probably_ (ix) and your children will feel more (x)with new technology than you do. 'Program' and 'Industry' don't fit the bill. While the words 'Research' and 'Experiment' almost mean the same, 'Research' and 'Suggests' are frequently used together.


  26. Every month, scientists ()_new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and_(ii) (such as computer games 5 o are best able to deal with ths change. Whereas teenagers have no sudden find using new technology (v) and different. But if you're a(B) unique wh problem (iv)a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often teenager who criticizes your parents for their_ _(vi)_of technologicalo1.. awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime(vithe future,(C) complicated awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime_ (vii)the future, when you've got children of your own, your (viiito deal with new technology will probably__(ix) _and your children will fee) automatic more--(x)-with new technology than you do


  27. Every month, scientists()new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and 5 computers) and(such as computer games and MP3s)suggets, (A) sudden however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem (iva DVD player, their parents and (B) unique grandparents often find using new technology(v)and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their (vi) of technological awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your (viii) to deal with new technology will probably_ (ix) and your children will feel more (x)with new technology than you do. (D) automatid Discovering' is definitely wrong and can be eli minated. 'Inventing' and 'Explaining' doesn't fit the bill if you read the rest of the sentence. Hence, 'Operating' is the right answer.


  28. Every month, scientists(i)new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and 7 computers) and(i(such as computer games and MP3s)(i suggests, (A) on Whereas teenagers have no problem liva DVD player, their parents and (B) to teenager who criticizes your parents for their (vi) of technological awareness,(C) in however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. grandparents often find using new technology (v) and different. But if you're a don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your (viii) to deal with new technology will probably_(ix) and your children will feel more (x) with new technology than you do. 'On', 'To' and 'At' will make the sentence grammatically incorrect. Hence, 'In' is the right answer.


  29. Every month, scientists ()_new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and--(ii) (such as computer games and MP3s).liii)suggests, however, that it is the young people ..j. 8 who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers havenoA) posslbility problem (iv)a DVD player, their parents and grandparents often find using new technology (v)and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their__(vi)_of technological awareness, don't be too hard on them! Sometime_ (vii) the future, when you've got children of your own, your (viiito deal with new technology will probablyand your children will feelD) Ability more )with new technology than you do


  30. Every month, scientists()new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and 8 computersy)and ( (uch as computer games and MP3)sugests,(A) possibility however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. Whereas teenagers have no problem (iva DVD player, their parents and (B) talent grandparents often find using new technology(v)and different. But if you're a teenager who criticizes your parents for their (vi) of technological awareness,(C) master don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your (viii) to deal with new technology will probably_(ix) and your children will feel more (x) with new technology than you do. 'Master' and 'Possibility' will make the sentence sound grammatically incorrect. Being able to deal with technology is an ability and not a 'Talent'. Hence, 'Ability' is the right answer.


  31. 10 Every month, scientists()new gadgets and new ways to make technology faster and better. Our homes are full of hardware (such as DVD players and computers) and((such as computer games and MP3s)(suggests, however, that it is the young people who are best able to deal with this change. (A) pleased Whereas teenagers have no problem liva DVD player, their parents and (B) able grandparents often find using new technology(v)and different. But if you're a teenager who citiczes your parents for their Iv) of technological awareness,(C) comfortable don't be too hard on them! Sometime (viithe future, when you've got children of your own, your (viii) to deal with new technology will probably_ (ix) and your children will feel more (x)with new technology than you do. (D) easy 'Able' and 'Easy' do not fit the bill and hence can be eliminated. 'Pleased' doesn't maintain the tone or logic of the sentence. Hence, 'Comfortable' is the right answer.