Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams: 22 Feb 2019

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Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams: 22 Feb 2019

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams: 22 Feb 2019: In this Post we provide you Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms & Phrases , Pair of words and one word substitution. Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. Speaking of Govt Exams,  SSC GD Constable 2019-20  and SSC CPO Exams are the latest opportunities followed by SSC CGL 2018-19 and SSC CHSL 2018-19 Exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List. Learn the words and make your own sentences based on the given word list

1. Accuseदोष लगाना/अभियोग लगानाImpeach
2. Admonishचेतावनी देनाThreaten
3. Adversityकठिनार्इ / विपत्तिMisfortune
4. Admitस्वीकार करना/मान लेनाAccept
5. Alertसतर्क / चौकéाWatchful
6. Belittleछोटा करना / उपेक्षा करनाDisparage
7. Barterआदान-प्रदान करनाExchange
8. ConcealछिपानाHide
9. Congregationसभा / जलसाAssembly
10. Distinguishफर्क बतानाDifferentiate
11. Dubiousसंदेहास्पदDoubtful
12. Eagerउत्सुकCurious
13. Entangleउलस्झाना/फँसानाTrap
14. Faithविश्वासTrust
15. Fickleपरिवर्तनशीलChangeable
16. Filthyगन्दाDirty
17. Harassतंग करनाAnnoy
18. Impertinentअसंगत/उद्दंडतापूर्णImpudent/Irrelevant
19. Kindleउत्तेजित करना/सुलगानाProvoke
20. Majesticभव्यGrand

 

One-Word Substitutions

  1. Ambassador (राजदूत) – One minister representing a sovereign or state in a foreign country.
  2. Bankrupt / Insolvent (दिवालिया) – Unable to pay one’s debts.
  3. Cemetery (श्मशान) – A place of burial of dead bodies.
  4. Dictatorship (तानाशाही) -Government carried on by an absolute ruler.
  5. Emissary (जासूस) – A person sent on a mission.
  6. Granary (खलिहान, अन्न भण्डार) – A house for storing grains.
  7. Hospitable (अतिथि सत्कार करने वाला) – Fond of entertaining guests.
  8. Inexcusable (अक्षम्य) – Incapable of being excused / rustified.
  9. Lager-de-main (हाथ की सफार्इ/जादूगरी) – Quick and clever tricks with hands.
  10. Monarch (राजतंत्र देश) – A territory ruled by a monarch.

IDIOMs & PHRASES

1. A wry faceउदास दिखना, चिढ़ना
2. Bee in the bonnetसनक जाना
3. Chewing the cudsमग्न रहना
4. Face the musicसमस्या से जूझना
5. Green-eyedर्इष्यालु
6. Held the enemy at bayदुश्मन को दूर खदेड़ना
7. In raptures overबहुत उत्साहित होना
8. Leave in lurchसमस्या में छोड़ देना
9. Make head or tail ofसमझना
10. Now and thenकभी-कभार

 

Quiz-

Direction : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has Capital Alphabets. Against each Alphabet, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The world is going (___A___) a deep recession. At such a time, one thing we need in abundance is jobs for the semiskilled and unskilled. This is the only way in which equal (___B___) of wealth can take place. The healthcare industry is (___C___) poised to occupy this position. the IT industry hires people from the upper middle strata and rich families, usually engineers, (___D___) the healthcare industry hires nurses, to the tune of eighty percent of the jobs created, from the lower economic strata. Global healthcare is a $ 4.5 trillion industry, (___E___) only to the agroindustry. Even then healthcare (___F___) only eight percent of world’s population. Policymakers should (___G___) at healthcare industry as not only an industry which addresses pain but also as one which can (___H___) the economy. The last century was driven by machines that addressed human toil and it is strongly (___I___) that this century will be driven by healthcare. This, however, will only happen if policymakers make a conscious effort to (___J___) the right policies in place soon.

 

Q1. A

(a)past

(b)Against

(c)through

(d)across

 

Q2. B

(a)earning

(b)share

(c)venture

(d)distribution

 

Q3. C

(a)commonly

(b)ideally

(c)indefinitely

(d)preferably

 

Q4. D

(a)whereas

(b)unlike

(c)besides

(d)although

 Q5. E

(a)encouraging

(b)second

(c)lesser

(d)beating

 Q6. F

(a)affords

(b)cures

(c)visits

(d)reaches

 Q7. G

(a)look

(b)plan

(c)weigh

(d)admire

 Q8. H

(a)affect

(b)effect

(c)influence

(d)impede

 Q9. I

(a)thought

(b)credited

(c)identified

(d)believed

 Q10. J

(a)derive

(b)frame

(c)figure

(d)put

 DIRECTIONS : YOU HAVE ONE BRIEF PASSAGE WITH LIVE QUESTIONS. READ THE PASSAGE CAREFULLY AND CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER TO EACH QUESTION OUT OF THE FOUR ALTERNATIVES.

Although Indians spend less money on allopathic medicines than people in most Asian Countries more than 40000 drug formulations are available here. All manufacturers are required by law to provide information about their product either on the packaging or in a pamphlet inside. But in many cases this information is very meager and hard to understand. Many doctors too do not tell their patients anything about the drugs they prescribe. What should we be concerned about when we take drugs ? There are two areas directions. Many of us disobey prescription instruction .A on how much to take and when. It is easy to fall into thinking that more of the drug will speed up the healing. It is more common however for people to stop taking a drug when they begin to feel better. This too can be dangerous. What are the steps to be taken for safety?

 Q11. Which one of the following statements is true ?

(a)Indians use more than 40 000 allopathic drugs.

(b)Indians hate allopathic medicines.

(c)Other Asian countries do not have allopathic medicines.

(d)Indians cannot afford allopathic drugs

 Q12. How are drug users to be instructed by the manufacturers ?

(a)Doctors should give a manual of instruction.

(b)The Chemist should issue an instruction manual.

(c)Information should be printed on the carton or in a pamphlet kept inside it.

(d)Patients should keep In touch with drug manufacturers

 Q13. Only one of the following sentences is right. Identify it.

(a)All medicines produce reactions of various degrees in their users.

(b)Evert mild drugs are not always safe.

(c)Medicines should be discontinued as soon as we feel better.

(d)More than the prescribed dose brings quicker recovery.

 Q14. Drug manufacturers

(a)do not give instructions

(b)give all instructions necessary

(c)give very little and unintelligible information

(d)give information only when asked .

 Q15.  Which one of the following is true?

(a)Throw away the drug that produces side effects and try another.

(b)Drugs may be taken with all kinds of foods.

(c)Drugs do not inhibit our normal life style.

(d)Drugs should be used only according to prescription.

 

DIRECTIONS : YOU HAVE ONE BRIEF PASSAGE WITH LIVE QUESTIONS. READ THE PASSAGE CAREFULLY AND CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER TO EACH QUESTION OUT OF THE FOUR ALTERNATIVES.

This is the thorny side of the prevailing examination system. Most examiners have perfected their skill In making it a veritable nightmare for majority of the students. Quite unwittingly we have increased the enrolment in schools alarmingly] Most of the students have neither the requisite aptitude to learn nor any clear-cut goal In life. The destiny of students would be decided in the final examination of a written nature to test bookish rote memory. All laudable objectives of kindling originality and problem solving ability are trumpeted only in educational seminars and workshops. Ultimately all these are gone with the wind. No wonder examination hangs like a Damocles sword. Compare this with a related discipline such as music and dance. None would venture to seek entry into such centres of excellence unless one has proven aptitude to profit from training. Here the students have excellent rapport with their teachers who evaluate their performance on a day-to-day basis and provide constant feedback. Students enjoy practicing at home what they are taught in class. As they realise their progress by constant reinforcement they welcome and enjoy examination In class. Under the watchful guidance of committed teachers students grow and blossom out as well-trained artistes. This is possible and feasible because the teacher-pupil ratio is ideal and the attitude of the learner is based on devotion and dedication.

 Q16.  “Ultimately all these are gone with the wind.” The above sentence shows that the writer

(a)enjoys the prevailing situation.

(b)regrets our ignoring the alms of true education.

(c)is quite satisfactory about the syllabus.

(d)makes fun of teachers and their students.

 Q17. The passage emphasizes the need for

(a)making dance and music compulsory in schools.

(b)making examinations an enjoyable experience.

(c)seeking easy questions in the examinations.

(d)warning examiners Who harass students in the examinations.

 Q18. The writer is dissatisfied with the examiners because they test students

(a)memory.

(b)originality.

(c)aptitude.

(d)creativity.

 Q19. The writer s intention to compare the topic of discussion with that of dance and music is to

(a)show how students of dance and music enjoy not only learning but also examinations.

(b)popularise dance and music among all children.

(c)congratulate teachers who take good care of their students

(d)prove that dance and music alone can bring peace to us.

 Q20. According to the passage the objectives of education should be

(a)to teach dance music and drama to students in schools and colleges.

(b)to reduce teacher-pupil ratio.

(c)not to test bookish rote memory.

(d)to encourage originality and problem solving ability.

ANSWERS :

 1 c d b a b d a c d 10 d 11 a 12 c 13 b 14 c 15 d 16 b 17 b 18 a 19 a 20 d

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