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Lesson 4: Parallelism 4
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Application of the principles in real exam problems.

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Himanshu Das
Senior Business Advisor, Dell. Follow me for lessons and courses on VARC for CAT and OMETs. Concepts without Practise amount to nothing!

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sir..in day before yesterday's news..there was a news of 'top babus given secure mobiles'- how can these mobiles be secure when they are using jio sims....and we know that jio data is being breached... plz ans this ques sir...
Sunny S Banerjee
2 years ago
good observation....i think in this case union govt must given special instructions to JIO as these issues are directly relating with national security.
Divyanshu Nigam
2 years ago
This very question was asked to the Government also on why using Private network for secure lines. Government did not give a satisfying response.
Priya Sidhu
2 years ago
sir it would be very kind of you if you ans this ques plzz sir
Divyanshu Nigam
2 years ago
I guess our govenment itself doesnt trust BSNL and we all know who is a good friend of Modiji... ;)
sir where is the "and field well " in the solution
  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 4- Parallelism 4


  2. About Me . B. . from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. APPROACH * The guest list included the Prince of Jaipur, the Queen of Kolkata and Mumbai's mavor Marker: and e List: Prince of Jaipur, Queen of Kolkata, Mumbai's mayor All the elements of the list talk about: guest list Are these elements consistent in structure: No


  4. EXAMPLE 1 The duties of any citizen include paying taxes, obeying rules and to treat the other citizens respectfully * paying taxes, obeying rules and to treat the other citizens * paying taxes, obeying rules and treating the other citizens * paying taxes, to obey rules and to treat the other citizens Payment of taxes, obeying rules and treatment of other citizens


  5. EXAMPLE 1 The duties of any citizen include paying taxes, obeying rules and to treat the other citizens respectfully * paying taxes, obeying rules and to treat the other citizens * paying taxes, obeying rules and treating the other citizens * paying taxes, to obey rules and to treat the other citizens Payment of taxes, obeying rules and treatment of other citizens


  6. EXAMPLE 1 The duties of any citizen include paying taxes, obeying rules and to treat the other citizens respectfully e paying taxes, obeying rules and treating the other citizens


  7. EXAMPLE 2 A perfect all-rounder is characterized by his ability to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings, and field well to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings of batting well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowl tight spells in the middle of an innings of being able to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings


  8. EXAMPLE 2 A perfect all-rounder is characterized by his ability to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings, and field well. to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings of batting well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowl tight spells in the middle of an innings of being able to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings


  9. EXAMPLE 2 A perfect all-rounder is characterized by his ability to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowling tight spells in the middle of an innings, and field well to-bat well in-the death overs-with a geed-strike-rate, bewling tight spells in-the middle -of an to bat well in the death overs with a good strike rate, bowl tight spells in the middle of an innings e the middle of an innings


  10. EXAMPLE 3 Demonetization was hailed by the supporters of the government as a revolutionary step- something not only which could remove black money from circulation, but creating a cashless society at the same time. something not only which could remove black money from circulation, but creating something which not only could remove black money from circulation, but also to create something which could not only remove black money from circulation, but also create being something not only which could remove black money from circulation but create


  11. EXAMPLE 3 Demonetization was hailed by the supporters of the government as a revolutionary step- something not only which could remove black money from circulation, but creating a cashless society at the same time. something which could not only remove black money from circulation, but also create