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Introduction to the English section of Competitive exams
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This video will introduce you to ins and outs of the English section of various competitive exams. You will get to know how you should study for the exam and score better.

Rajni Jha
Faculty in Delhi. Teaching experience of more than 5 years in various offline and online institutes. Telegram: Rajni jha

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Great to see you on unacademy sir .... Keep it up 👍
He lives far from the station - when SSC asked this question in 2015 the commission had considered 'off the station' as the right answer even though 'a long way from the station' was also an option there.
Mam U tell me strategy, best study resources for these contents,: 1. Tenses/Sequence of Tenses 2. Voice: Active and Passive 3. Narration: Direct and Indirect 4. Transformation of Sentences: Assertive to Negative, Interrogative, Exclamatory and vice-versa 5. Use of Articles, Determiners and Prepositions 6. Translation of Simple (Ordinary/Common) Sentences from Hindi to English and Vice-versa 7. Correction of sentences including subject, verb, Agreement, Degrees of Adjectives, Connectives and words wrongly used 8. Glossary of official, Technical Terms (with their Hindi Versions) 9. Synonyms and Antonyms 10. One word substitution 11. Prefixes and suffixes 12. Confusable words 13. Comprehension of a given passage 14. Knowledge of Official/Demi Official Letters, Circular, Notices and Tenders.
We've been learning the correct usage of grammar since a long time, but these kind of errors seemed unavoidable. They were minor enough to not catch our attention. It's when you get to know the corrections ,it automatically sounds better. You rectified each sentence with a clarification which seemed satisfactory. P.S.- You've got a good voice!
for long time
How to keep these rule in mind for forever
Maam , The above explanation was very well but still i am little bit confused with direct and indirect object... say for example ... Tim bought her sister a gift . here Bought is an action verb but i am unable to decide whether (her Sister ) 0r (a gift )is Direct Object or Indirect Object ? maam if possible please make viedo on this topic. Thankyou
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  2. ABOUT ME Faculty of Engllish at Paramount Faculty of Engllish at Paramount Coaching Centre Former faculty member at KD Campus pvt ltd Graduated from Ramjas college, DU B.Ed from Indraprastha University (IPU) Follow me at: B.Ed from Indraprastha University (IIP


  4. Try to correct the following sentences. . The station is far from here. . I like her dressing sense. . He got passing marks. . She teaches very good. Can you suggest me a good book? . According to me, this is right. . He is more intelligent than her. He repeated her remarks word to word. I hate this hostel .There are a lot of boundations here

  5. The station is a long way from here . I like her dress sense. . He got pass marks. . She teaches very well. . Can you suggest a good book to me? . In my opinion, this is right. . He is more intelligent than she. He repeated her remarks word for word . I hate this hostel .There are a lot of bounds here.