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अंग्रेजी एक लिंगुआ फ्रेंका के साथ विभिन्न परीक्षाओं में सफलता का गोल्डन पासपोर्ट भी हैआईये, हम भी अंग्रेजी के अपने ज्ञान को बढ़ायें

Choose the closest meaning of the words given in the capital letters 

1. PROMULGATE

(A) to announce officially (B) to refer to (C) to evacuate

2. EFFECTUATE

(A) to produce (B) to put into operation (C) to support     

3. NESCIENCE

(A) ignorance (B) intelligence (C) straightforwardness

4. EXONERATE

(A) to absolve from blame (B) to leave (C) to seek

5. DISPEL  

(A) to make something disappear (B) to emphasize (C) to appear  

6. DISCLAIM   

(A) to constitute (B) to deny (C) to predict 

7. PUTRESCENT     

(A) uncommon (B) bright (C) rotten, decayed     

1.A 2.B 3.4.B 5.A 6.B 7.C

Choose the word most nearly opposite to the words given in the capital letters –

1. BELABOUR 

(A) to praise, to understate (B) rejection (C) honour

2. MAGNIFY  

(A) to honour (B) to belittle (C) to provoke

3. BELLICOSE

(A) rational (B) friendly, conciliatory (C) peaceable

4. DEGRADE  

(A) to harass (B) to dignify (C) to deplore    

5. BELLIGERENT 

(A) friendly (B) reliable (C) attractive    

6. BELLOW

(A) to return (B) to start (C) to whisper   

7. SULLY

(A) to honour (B) to search (C) to declare     

Answers 1.A 2.B 3.B 4.B 5.A 6.C 7.A

LET US LEARN THESE PHRASAL VERBS RELATING TO COMMUNICATION

To build on – to use something for the further success or development (किसी चीज का आगे की सफलता या विकास के लिए उपयोग करना) You must build on the life skill training that you have gone through here. We must build up our credit to expand our base in the politics.

To muddle through – to achieve success without much effort and planning (बिना अधिक प्रयास और योजना के सफलता हासिल करना) She does not know much about the art of facing the interview board. She will have to muddle through somehow.

To put up with somebody or something – to accept unpleasant and annoying behaviour or situation, to tolerate (अरुचिकर और भद्दे व्यवहार को सहन करना, झेलना) It is very difficult for her to put up with her husband. She has decided not to put up with her friends’ smoking habit.

To phase out – to withdraw something from use, to gradually stop using something (किसी चीज को क्रमशः उपयोग में लाना बंद करना) The government has decided to phase out all the old computers from the schools.

To swot up (on) – to study or prepare for something very seriously and intensively (सफल होने के लिए गंभीरतापूर्वक अध्ययन करना या तैयारी करना) My sister has been swotting up on her mathematics and English for the upcoming examination. You need to swot up on spoken English

WORD OF THE WEEK

RETINUE – a group of people who travel with an important person, (लोगों का समूह जो किसी महत्वपूर्ण व्यक्ति के साथ चलता है) The political leaders travel with a large retinue of bodyguards and other professionals. The famous actress arrived in the auditorium accompanied by a retinue of media persons.

Synonyms – escort, convoy, entourage, followers, attendants


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