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Sidhant Sharma
Cleared SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS .... teaching English since 2015.....teacher by passion....

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Sir please give an Idea... upto when you polity course will over?
grammer rules bhi btaiye jiske baSe per error find kr rhe ho. warna pdhkr Logically hm bhi bta de shi aur galat part. plsss give explanation on the basis of certain grammar rules.😥😥😥😥
Sidhant Sharma
9 months ago
Sure...... I'll keep in mind
Khalnayak Hoon
9 months ago
thank u ji
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...how the deceptively simple genome work sir,don't you think it should be how the deceptive simple .....
Sidhant Sharma
9 months ago
No.....as simple is an adjective..... deceptively has to be an adverb.....so deceptively.....😊
1. ERROR DETECTION A high level practice course teaching you many new logics of English Grammar Presented by SIDHANT SHARMA

2. SIDHANT SHARMA BTECH (ME) CLEARED SSC, AFCAT, UPSC CDS ETC TEACHING ENGLISH SINCE 2015 . TEACHER BY PASSION Follow me on: https://unacademy.com/user/sidhantsharma1992-6940 RATE REVIEW RECCOMEND

3. unacademy Home Explore Plus Login Signup Back to Plus Crash Course on English Grammar for Defence Exams Crash Sidhant Sharma 15k followers 007 / 1235 YouTube cJ In this course, Sidhant Sharma will cover ll the important topics of English Grammar along with PYOs of CDS/NDA/AFCAT. All the Questions will be discussed on the latest pattern of Defence Exams. The course will be conducted in Hindi and notes will be provided in English 16th January to 28th January 2019 18 hours of live classes Private Discussion Forum Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes 1,900 Includes 18% GST About this course Apply for this Plus Course

4. While the Human Genome Project have been a success in / terms of our ability to quickly map out the entire /genome, there is still much work to be done in terms of / grasping how the deceptively simple genome works. 1) While the Human Genome Project have been a success in 2) terms of our ability to quickly map out the entire 3) genome, there is still much work to be done in terms of 4) gra works 5) No error sping how the deceptively simple genome

5. The behaviourist movement, which supported the view that all/human behaviour could be taught and that / the human being is born a 'blank slate', had been the predominant view unless the point then. 1) The behaviourist movement, which supported the view that all 2) human behaviour could be taught and that 3) the human being is born a 'blank slate', had been 4) the predominant view unless the point then. 5) No error

6. The Nazi regime felt this was a perfect tool / to signal the superiority of their race / and went about eliminating every person / whom was deemed physically or mentally unfit. 1) The Nazi regime felt this was a perfect tool 2) to signal the superiority of their race 3) and went about eliminating every person 4) whom was deemed physically or mentally unit. 5) No error

7. Many characteristics such as height, intelligence, / behaviour (and other personality traits), and some mental illnesses seem to follow a very complex pattern of inheritance. 1) Many characteristics such as height, intelligence, 2) behaviour (and other personality traits), and some 3) mental illnesses seem to follow a 4) very complex pattern of inheritance. 5) No error

8. More so in the context of behavioral genetics, scientists / have begun to appreciate how the simplest / foundation has led to the extraordinary complexity and interconnectedness of the genome. 1) More so in the context of behavioral genetics, scientists 2) have begun to appreciate how the simplest 3) foundation has led to the extraordinary 4) complexity and interconnectedness of the genome. 5) No error

9. The most intelligent of us have tried to understand how we inherit / specific traits physical characteristics / such as height & weight, looks and complexion, intelligence, / and most important one of them all: personality & behavior. 1) The most intelligent of us have tried to understand how we inherit 2) specific traits physical characteristics 3) such as height & weight, looks and complexion, intelligence, 4) and most important one of them all: personality & behavior. 5) No error

10. Our corporate sponsors need to broaden their / horizon and develop a fresh perspective towards / sports like swimming and adventure sports/and how to use them for its branding campaigns. 1) Our corporate sponsors need to broaden their 2) horizon and develop a fresh perspective towards 3) sports like swimming and adventure sports 4) and how to use them for its branding campaigns. 5) No error

11. Long story short, there is a sheer disparity / in the number of sports Indians / play, the amount of success in it, / and its development in our country. 1) Long story short, there is a sheer disparity 2) in the number of sports Indians 3) play, the amount of success in it, 4) and its development in our country. 5) No error

12. There may be virtually no difference in behaviour / among a normal person and / one who is predisposed to depression when the environment is congenial. 1) There may be virtually no difference in behaviour 2) among a normal person and 3) one who is predisposed to depression 4) when the environment is congenial 5) No error

13. Look at what is happening in solar power and the exponentiality that is brought in these options. 1) Look at what is happening in 2) solar power and the 3) exponentiality that is brought 4) in these options. 5) No error

14. That has led to the congruence of /all of these technologies around robotics, / genetics, the ability of chips/and microprocessors and nanotechnology. 1) That has led to the congruence of 2) all of these technologies around robotics, 3) genetics, the ability of chips 4) and microprocessors and nanotechnology. 5) No error

15. The ideal goal is a uniform import duty in / raw materials, intermediates and final / products, to give all lines of value addition/ the same effective rate of protection. 1) The ideal goal is a uniform import duty in 2) raw materials, intermediates and final 3) products, to give all lines of value addition 4) the same effective rate of protection. 5) No error

16. The intention of the lawmakers while formulating/ the law is invariably considered by / the Courts to arrive at the right / interpretation for some specIfic provision. 1) The intention of the lawmakers while formulating 2) the law is invariably considered by 3) the Courts to arrive at the right 4) interpretation for some specific provision. 5) No error

17. The RBl has purchased about $50 billion from the market this year both from the spot as well as the forward markets / to slow currency appreciation. 1) The RBl has purchased about$50 billion from the 2) market this year both from the 3) spot as well as the forward markets 4) to slow currency appreciation. 5) No error

18. It has resorted to similar 'sea grabs' there, depending pure on the fear of the other / parties to the dispute to avoid/ escalating the situation to fatalities. 1) It has resorted to similar 'sea grabs' there, 2) depending pure on the fear of the other 3) parties to the dispute to avoid 4) escalating the situation to fatalities 5) No error

19. It's time for the Sangh to comprehensively / reassess its definition of individual / freedom, and realise/ its centrality to Hindu thought. 1) It's time for the Sangh to comprehensively 2) reassess its definition of individual 3) freedom, and realise 4) its centrality to Hindu thought. 5) No error

20. Trying to make India an exclusivist state where minorities must give up its identity is the very / antithesis of the spirit of 1942. 1) Trying to make India an exclusivist 2) state where minorities must give up 3) its identity is the very 4) antithesis of the spirit of 1942. 5) No error

21. As Alexis de Tocqueville noted: the very / definition of democracy is that the /majority will not abuse its power to violate the basic rights of the minority. 1) As Alexis de Tocqueville noted: the very 2) definition of democracy is that the 3) majority will not abuse its power to 4) violate the basic rights of the minority. 5) No error

22. Since food is an essential pillar of culture, / what better way is there for reflect / the diversity of India than through a feast that / represents its myriad regional cuisines? 1) Since food is an essential pillar of culture, 2) what better way is there for reflect 3) the diversity of India than through a feast that 4) represents its myriad regional cuisines? 5) No error

23. This is all the more needed in today's / highly politicised atmosphere where questions of identity / has become complicated. 1) This is all the more needed in today's 2) highly politicised atmosphere 3) where questions of identity 4) has become complicated. 5) No error

24. If you are hosting such a feat on Independence Day, / sharing delicious food with your friend and family, and spreading general / warmth and love, you are as Indian as one can be. 1) If you are hosting such a feat on Independence Day, 2) sharing delicious food with your friend 3) and family, and spreading general 4) warmth and love, you are as Indian as one can be. 5) No error

25. .Announcing the beginning of his reign in / the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the lanky / Jamaican has stamped his authority/ on his sport like no other. 1) Announcing the beginning of his reign in 2) the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the lanky 3) Jamaican has stamped his authority 4) on his sport like no other. 5) No error

26. The question was raised at the curtain-raiser / itself and answered with the official All-India Anglo-Indian Association view / propagated with Frank Anthony pre-Independence. 1) The question was raised at the curtain-raiser 2) itself and answered with the official 3) All-India Anglo-Indian Association view 4) propagated with Frank Anthony pre-Independence. 5) No error

27. *For so long now has the IPL been the hot / ticket to fame and fortune that it is easy / to forget traditionally it was the English / county season that attracted the best. 1) For so long now has the IPL been the hot 2) ticket to fame and fortune that it is easy 3) to forget traditionally it was the English 4) county season that attracted the best. 5) No error

28. Dr Charles Dias from Kerala, a former Anglo Indian Member of Parliament, took so long over their/ preamble at the beginning that he had no time to / do justice to this point of vievw at the seminar. 1) Dr Charles Dias from Kerala, a former Anglo-Indian 2) Member of Parliament, took so long over their 3) preamble at the beginning that he had no time to 4) do justice to this point of view at the seminar. 5) No error

29. He credit his improved technique he made / over 1000 runs last season and two more / centuries in the recent Sri Lanka series to his experiences there. 1) He credit his improved technique he made 2) over 1000 runs last season and two more 3) centuries in the recent 4) Sri Lanka series to his experiences there. 5) No error

30. In recent year, a crowded schedule /and the IPL have meant that few /Indians have shown an interest in playing outside country 1) In recent year, a crowded schedule 2) and the IPL have meant that few 3) Indians have shown an interest 4) in playing outside country. 5) No error

31. I could go on, but the point is that we are in/ the big league now and have the technology / and the money to solve problems which/ even little league nations have cracked. 1) I could go on, but the point is that we are in 2) the big league now and have the technology 3) and the money to solve problems which 4) even little league nations have cracked 5) No error