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Fill in the Blanks 1 - Overview + a Few Practice Questions (in Hindi)
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This lesson gives you a brief introduction of fill in the blanks and the techniques and tricks to solve them.....it also covers a few questions so that you can synchronize with the educator

Sidhant Sharma is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

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

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sir kya CSAT may comprehension ka para newspaper se direct ata hai
Sumant Kumar
2 years ago
maine kabhi csat k liye prepare nahi kiya yaar. Par experts kehte hain ki newspapers se hi aate hain wo para. Bas TheHindu wale articles padhte raha karo.
AK
please explain the meaning of the world s
risk nullify .. 😊😊🤗🤗🙏🙏🙏🙏 good morning sir jai hind
Thank you so much for bringing this course.
in last question we can approach from last ,it'll save our time in exam (as there is only one option having "honored" )
Sidhant Sharma
a year ago
good.....keep it up.....I just need to teach the strategy.....rest everyone has his approach.....
Sir afcat k 5-6din reh re h pls english k ache ache course or bna do... Your way of teaching is very much masssssssssssssstttt sir
Sidhant Sharma
a year ago
ok ji.....bataiye kaunsa topic banyen???
  1. FILL IN THE BLANKS 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. The unique style of a it to the desired The teacher must . learner in order to knowledge. )advocate, direct (c) appreciate, focus (e)discover, harness (b)perpetuate, develop (d) absorb, maintain


  4. Not all countries benefit from liberalisation. The benefits tend to and to those with the right education to be able to benefit from the opportunities presented. (a)equally, generate (c)suitably, ascribe (e) Judiciously facilitate first to the advantaged (b)richly, downgrade (d) uniformly, percolate


  5. He has sense of words. Therefore, the sentence he constructs are always rich meaning. (a)profound, pregnant (b)distinguished, loaded (c)terrific, tempted ( (e)outstanding, consistent with (d)meaningful, full


  6. He was an musician, had been awarded the George Medal during the second world war and with the title of Rai Bahadur. (a)outstanding,popularise (b)underestimated, declared (c)accomplished, honored (d)impressive, assigned (e)obdurate, proclaimed


  7. Whether it be shallow or not, commitment is the the bedrock of any loving relationship. (a) expression, perfunctory (b) foundation, genuinely (c)manifestation, deep (d)key, alarmingly (e)basis, absorbing


  8. Many people take spirituality very seriously and about those who don't worrying about them and them to believe (a)think, criticising (b)pride, appraising (c)rationalise,enabling (d)wonder, prodding (e)ponder, venturing


  9. Unless new reserves are found soon the worlds supply of coal is being demand continuing to grow at present rates, reserves (a)peaceful, thought (b)abrupt, hope (c)incessant, consideration (d)fashionable, friendliness (e)intermittent, interpretation in such a way that with


  10. The of the chronic balance of payments deficit which has under three Prime Ministers is very real. (a)temptation, reviled (b)understanding, menaced (c)impact, underestimated (d)obligation, blessed (e)dilemma, plagued the Finance Ministry


  11. Belief that, the free of ideas, people and cultures is essential to the democratic society. a)selection, concurrence (b) interchange, preservation (c)reversal, upholding (d)dissemination, congruence (e)distinction, design of a


  12. Although he is a person, he occasionally loses his (a) quiet, power (b)cheerful, grief (c) balanced, temper (d)thoughtful, anxiety (e)generous, wealthy


  13. The tunnel was so and congested, that we became (a)long, enthusiastic (b)deep, cautious (c)dark,frightened (d) crowded, isolated (e)sharp, worried


  14. the activities of moneylenders could have an adverse impact on those who access to bank credit. (a)encouraging, enjoying (b)permitting, denied (c)confining, entitled (e)curbing, lack (d)promoting, benefit


  15. The budget announced substantial of to critical sectors like education and healthcare. (a)expenditure, capital (b)sanction, initiative (c)allotment, security (d)disbursement, investment (e)allocation, resources


  16. appears to be a small error in the beginning may turn out to be a in the long run. (a)lt, disaster (b)What, blunder (c)That, debacle (d)lt, slip (e)What, incident


  17. Demand and supply do not the same relationship as the one that between height and weight. (a)possess, has (b) Incur, is (c)defend, volunteers (d)bear, borne (e)have, exists 001


  18. If the systemto yield the desired result, tr to the whole procedure in the given sequence. (a)entitles, dump (b)lgnores, reproduce (c)fails, reoperate (d)lmitates, generate (e)equips, encompass


  19. He a wrong act because it was for him to do so due to circumstantial forces. (a)compelled, necessary (b)refused, dangerous (c)did, avoidable (d)committed, inevitable (e)simplified, harmful


  20. Unpredictable of the child could not lead the consultants to any (a)performance, setting (b)belief, judgment (c)operation, purpose (d)behavior, conclusion (e)react, decision


  21. The organization to popularize Indian classical music among the youth which has lost with its cultural roots. (a)endeavors, touch (b)wishes, interest (c)efforts, experience (d) exerts, intrigue (e) need, relation