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ENRICH YOUR ENGLISH

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अंग्रेजी एक लिंगुआ फ्रेंका के साथ विभिन्न परीक्षाओं में सफलता का गोल्डन पासपोर्ट भी हैI आईये, हम भी अंग्रेजी के अपने ज्ञान को बढ़ायें –
Choose the closest meaning of the words given in the capital letters –
1. CONSTRICT

(A) to tighten, to squeeze (B) to devour (C) to contain

2. ADULTERATE

(A) to consume (B) to contaminate (C) to appreciate

3. CONSTITUENT

(A) component (B) incessant (C) constructive

4. DETRITUS

(A) debris, residue (B) adroitness (C) dishonesty

5. DEVOLVE

(A) to discontinue (B) to disclaim (C) to delegate, to depute

6.DIGRESS

(A) to deviate (B) to eliminate (C) to dishearten

7. DISHEVELLED

(A) negative (B) untidy, unkempt (C) disappointed
Answers: 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.A 5.C 6.A 7.B
Choose the word most nearly opposite to the words given in the capital letters-

1. EXPOSE

(A) to disguise (B) to accord (C) to grace

2. DISILLUSION

(A) to disregard (B) disenchant (C) to display

3. DISSUADE

(A) to encourage (B) to disrupt (C) to disseminate

4. DISSENT

(A) to escape (B) to agree (C) to delete

5.CAPACIOUS

(A) variable (B) small (C) irresponsible

6. VOLATILE

(A) invariable (B)efficient (C) irritable

7. COMPLIANT

(A) recalcitrant (B) complex (C) incompatible
1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B 6.A 7.A

LET US KNOW THESE PHRASAL VERBS

To deprive of – to prevent someone to have something they need (किसी को उसकी जरूरत की चीज लेने से वंचित करना) – Majority of the people in India are still deprived of the basic needs and civic amenities.

To get through something – to survive a difficult time period in your life (अपने जीवन में कठिन परिस्थितियों का मुकाबला करना) The common masses in the country do not know how to get through these difficult times of fast increasing inflation and falling value of Indian currency.

FOREIGN WORDS

ad infinitum – to infinity (अनंत तक) The chief guest at the convocation ceremony of the university kept speaking which seemed to continue ad infinitum.

Aficionado – an ardent supporter, fan, expert (बहुत बड़ा समर्थक और शौक़ीन) He has been playing cricket so passionately since his childhood and consequently he has grown to become its worldwide aficionado.

Bête noire – a particular dislike for someone or something (किसी व्यक्ति या वस्तु से घृणा) The political leaders have turned out to be the latest bête noir for the modern youth across the country.

Carpe diem – to enjoy the most of the pleasures of the present moment without having any anxiety for the future (भविष्य की चिंता के बगैर वर्तमान का सबसे अधिक आनंद लेना) A man’s life is full of ups and downs every day. But this should not be a matter of worries. Carp diem!

déjà vu – noun, the strange feeling that one has heard or seen something before (ऐसा अनुभव जो पहले भी घटित होने का ऐहसास देता हो) Last night stay in the hotel room gave me a feeling of déjà vu.

WORD OF THE WEEK

(1.) APPORTION – verb, to divide and share as per plan, to allocate (बांटना, हिस्सा लगाना) As per the local court’s decision, the money from the sale of the old houses was apportioned equally among the siblings of my friend.


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