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Introduction of Mis-Spelt/Homonyms (in Hindi)
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In this lesson I have discussed what is Mis-spelt/Homonyms and where these are asked and thwn how to solve related questions.

Navin Bajpai
Worked @various institutions in several cities as a faculty of English language. have an experience of teaching for more than 8 years

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Very nice 👍 beautiful language सवाल की कराते वक़्त हिंदी में रखिये
Faltu video....mein apna 11 min waste kiya iss video k liye
  1. ABOUT ME NAVIN BAJPAI Faculty of English language, Lucknow. Post graduate(English literature), PGT Have an experience of more than 8 years Follow me on Unacademy for more educational videos . DO LIKE, COMMENT, REVIEW/RATE ASWELL. e Keep learning harder & harder. Persistence is everything.

  2. Overview of the chapter In this chapter I will discuss some very important & simple topic based on spelling/ homonyms specially according to upcoming exams. o Y ou need not cram these words/ homonyms given in the book. On the other hand if you read english newspaper you will get these error base questions very easily Af ter understanding how to solve these questions we will solve some previous years questions so that we can have an idea about the type of questions related to homonyms


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  5. Learn and get atleast 5 marks without any rule Easiest Topic asked in BANK, SSC, RBI, SBI...etc MMis-spelt/Misused words used in sentences

  6. When & Why? These types of questions are usually asked in BANK & SSC. Reason:-Students never focus on the spelling of the words and then suddenly questions related to it asked and when it happens most of the aspirants fail to get the proper answer.

  7. What to do? These questions contain less grammar rules than the error detection/alternative/phrase replacement part so its easy to solve these questions. .Just like error detection a sentence will have 5 parts but there will only be some certairn words(bold letters) out of them one may be wrong(spelling) and you have to find out one.

  8. Types of Questions Usually there are 2 types of questions:- 1-spelling error(simple-moderate)-clerk 2- wrong use of words(moderate-tough)- PO/SO/RBI

  9. Examples & Explaination Directions: In each question below, four words printed in bold type are given. These are numbered (A), (B), (C) and (D). One these words printed in bold might either be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word that is inappropriate or wrongly spelt, if any. The number of the word is your answer. If the words printed in bold are correctly spelt and appropriate in the context of the sentence then mark (E), i.e. 'All Correct', as your answer. Ronald was very proud (A) / of his new car and would always (B)/ be on the lookout for an excuse (C)/ to flaunt (D) / it. All correct (E) Ramesh had an aversion (A) / to alcohol and would (B) / avoid going to partyes (C)/ with his friends. (D) / All correct (E)

  10. . Ahmad was not only very intelligent (A)/but also very sincere (B)/ and would always strand (C)/ first in his class. (D)/ All correct (E) The kidnappers (A)/asked for ransom (B)/ and threatened (C)/ to kill Mr. Gopalan's son if their demands (D)/were not met. All correct Ramesh spiled (A)/juice all over Raj's new (B) / clothes and did not even care (C)/to apologise. (D)/ All correct (E) Ravi met (A)/with an accidant (B)/and broke (C) / his leg the day he bought (D)/ his new car. All correct (E) .

  11. . All the competitors (A)/ completed (B)/ the race, (C)/with just one exeption. (D)/ All correct (E) Por eesture (A)/ an lead (B)/to muscular (C) / problems (D)/ in later life. All correct (E) The pump (A)/shut off (B) / as a result (C)/ of a mecanical (D)/ failure, All correct (E) The Principal (A)/ gave a very pompous (B) / speach (C)/about 'The portals of learning. (D) / All correct (E)

  12. . Even though the state has been witnessing (A)/deaths on a daily basis, (B)/ it has not hindered (C)/the festivity (D) / spirit of the people. All correct (E) The player was arrestted (A)/ for kicking (B)/ The clever disciple (A) /had decided to proved (B)/ his In just one year Beena has gained (A)/ around and punching (C)/a driver outside a fast-food outlet (D)/ in the city. All correct (E) skills by reciting (C)/ the holy verse (D)/from the book. All correct (E) eight kilograms (B)/ and doctors fear she might be prune (C)/to heart-related ailments. (D)/ All correct (E)

  13. Daisy loved (A)/ children and so she would distrebute (B)/sweets in an orphanage (C)/on her birthday. (D)/ All correct (E) ' Roshni wanted (A)/to play (B)/ with her pet dog and so she started (C)/ throwing tantrums. (D)/ All correct (E)

  14. . In cut throat competition it has become to team the knowledge of related subjects. . When the football teem lost the game Croatia's fans cried. . After the death of the king the thrown was taken over by his eldest son. The wrestler had throne the opponent in final match

  15. .Team vs Team Teem means to be in abundance, large number: whereas, Team- a group with the same goal (noun); to form a squad (verb) . Throne vs Thrown Throne is the ceremonial chair of a king, queenA etc, pope or bishop; whereas, Thrown is the past participle of throw. Tier vs Tear .Tear refers to the fluid that flows from the eye; whereas: Tier is one of a series of rows/levels placed one above the others

  16. Weather vs Whether vs Wether Weather refers to the state of the atmosphere. Whether means if. Wether means castrated ram (male sheep Wit vs Whit Wit means intelligence, mental sharpness or keen sense of humor: whereas, Whit means a small particle Gambol vs Gamble Gamble is a game of chance, game of betting; whereas, Gambol means to playfully frisk or dance about Coe vs Course Coarse means rough; whereas, Course means direction taken or pursued; line of action; each of successive division of meal

  17. Wain vs Wane .Wain means a wagon, a four-wheel cart to haul loads; whereas, To Wane means to decrease, diminish, grow smaller. Vale vs Veil vs Wail Vale refers to a valley. Wail means a prolonged high-pitched cry of pain, grief, or anger. Veil is a piece of cloth worn over the head and sometimes face.

  18. .Gentle vs Genteel Genteel means excessively fashionable,well dressed, graceful, elegant, well-bred Gilt vs Guilt Gilt means covered with thin layer of gold; whereas, Guilt means fact/condition/blame/feeling of having done wrong.