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Vijendra Singh
Teaching at Sanctum English Jaipur for three and half years. 600 selections so far in SSC & Bank exams. SUTRA - Read write read write .....

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sir behalf of all aspirants of ies i want u to do analysis of paper 1 (gs paper) which occured on jan 2017.
Pawan Saini
2 years ago
Yes Murali..Due to some reasons I am not able to do that.. But will come up with the complete analysis...Me to eager to make videos.. Just wait for some time...
Murali Krishnan
2 years ago
Thanks sir. i am eagerly waiting for those videos sir.Try to make video as quick as possible sir
Murali Krishnan
2 years ago
Thanks sir. i am eagerly waiting for those videos sir.Try to make video as quick as possible sir
Pawan Saini
2 years ago
Yes sure..
  1. Vocab for SSC/Bank Vijendra

  2. Cynical Adjective Not believing that something good will happen Skeptical Scornful Pessimistic Doubtful Derisive Sneering I'm a bit cynical about the benefits of the plan

  3. Revel Verb To spend time enjoying in a noisy way Enjoy Indulge Savour Relish Take delight Wallow Bask She was clearly reveling in all the attention He reveled in the freedom he was allowed.

  4. Emaciated Adjective Thin and weak Wither Deteriorate Fade Decay Dwindle Shrink He was thirty, but looked fifty with pale skin, hopeless eyes and an emaciated body, covered in sores

  5. Malign Verb To say bad things about sb/sth publicly Defame Insult Vilify Slur Slander Disparage Smear She feels she has been much maligned by the press.

  6. Vacuous Adjective showing no sign of intelligence Empty Void Idle Apathetic Blank Stupid Incurious She had a vacuous expression on her face.

  7. Absolve Verb To state formally that sb is not guilty or responsible for sth Clear Pardon Excuse Forgive Discharge Vindicate Exculpate Exonerate Justify Acquit

  8. Debonair Adjective Fashionable and confident Refined Suave Stylish Charming Sophisticated Urbane Cultured Buoyant Elegant On the day of his wedding, my brother looked debonair in his tuxedo.

  9. Enigma Noun A person or situation that is mysterious and difficult to understand Mystery Puzzle Quandary Paradox Riddle Dilemma Conundrum Problem Even after years he still remains an enigma to me.

  10. Overt Adjective Done in an open way not secretly Open Obvious Visible Manifest Plain Noticeable Conspicuous There was little overt support for the project.