Learn English Daily in 35 minutes : Part 2

Here’s some good news: You don’t have to spend hours a day studying English.

By using the steps mentioned in this article series, you can learn English in just 35 minutes a day!

This is the second part in 6 article series.

7 Minutes: Learn a New Vocabulary Word

Words are all around us.

Even if you don’t understand all the words you read or hear, a lot of times you can understand the basic idea of what they mean.

Instead of using context clues (the words around a vocabulary word in a sentence), take just 7 minutes a day to really learn one word well.

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Learn English Daily in 35 minutes : Part 1

Here’s some good news: You don’t have to spend hours a day studying English.

Of course, it does help—the more you study and expose yourself to the English language, the better you’ll become.

There are many ways to learn English while you do other things during your day.

This is called passive learning. Do you watch English TV or listen to English songs? Do you put yourself in places where you can listen to or speak English? Do you read in English? Excellent! You’re already learning English passively.

Passive learning is when you learn as you do your everyday things. It’s all those times when you’re learning English without having to sit down and actually study.

Even if you don’t always realize it, anytime you’re around English you’re learning.

To learn English even better, though, you need to do some active learning too. Active learning is when you focus your attention on what you’re really studying.

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What if I don’t take coaching? Can I still crack CAT?

While your commitment towards your MBA dream is a pre-requisite for scoring high in management entrance exams, the mode of preparation that you chose is also one of the major factors that play a vital role towards your success. Being one of the most coveted entrance exams- CAT is a tough nut to crack, although, with right study schedule and guidance one can easily achieve success. Every MBA aspirant, while starting preparations has to answer to themselves whether or not to opt for coaching. How important is it to take formal guidance in order to secure a good percentile in CAT? What if you keep coaching off your preparation scheme? Would it be possible to score high and clear cutoffs for top B-schools?
What if I don’t take coaching? Can I still crack CAT

 

The level of competition for CAT is tough given that almost 2 lakh candidates appear for the exam for a total of over 3500 seats. Entering in such a tough competition, a coaching guide definitely helps you prepare and execute preparation plan within a definite timeframe. But, what if your circumstances don’t allow you to take coaching? This article by Careers360 brings to you the answers related to your queries of whether or not coaching is important for CAT, or how to get a high score in CAT without any coaching?

Here we bring to you 6 ways to make your self-preparation plan more effective for MBA entrance exam.

1. Know the exam pattern and syllabus in detail – After you decide to take the MBA entrance exam, the first thing to do is to know the exam pattern and syllabus in detail. The next step is to go through the past years’ analysis so that you can prepare a comprehensive plan and also set priorities according to the importance of different topics across sections. The generic pattern of the test is that it is a multiple choice objective type test from 4 areas, namely Quantitative Ability, Verbal Ability, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. Some exams also have a section on General Knowledge. On the basis of that, prepare a study schedule. Sandeep Manudhane, Chairman, PT Education says, “Make a micro plan splitting your effort into weeks and days. Write down that plan, and stick to it religiously. Remember that a weekly revision across test areas must be a key part of the plan. Do not work on any one test area for too long a stretch. Rotate across areas. It will keep you energised, interested and alive!”

2. Get the right study material – Those who opt for coaching get the tailor made section-wise preparation material. But, even if you do not go for coaching classes and cannot access the expert notes, there is no dearth of right study material. There are ample books, question banks, sample papers and preparatory books by expert authors available in the market. Get the right materials and study in a systematic and diligent manner. Also, utilise the practice papers so that you are aware of your strengths and weaknesses. The books and materials are available online as well as offline markets. Some of the top books for CAT preparation include How to prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Arun Sharma, The Pearson Guide to Quantitative Aptitude for the CAT by Nishit Sinha, Quantitative Aptitude Quantum CAT by Sarvesh Verma to name a few. Other than that, read newspapers and magazines daily to get a grip over your language and comprehension skills along with brushing up General Knowledge. Supreet suggests, “For current affairs, go through at least one newspaper daily. The Hindu, Indian Express are the best options to choose from. You can take help from some Internet websites as well. Start reading the newspaper as it will help you to comprehend RCs in Verbal Ability section and will help you to tackle GK questions. Practice is the only other thing which is required so give as many mocks you can give.”

3. Take online mock tests – After the basic preparation, you have to start taking mock tests on a regular basis.With each mock test, you will be clear about your strengths and weaknesses. Remember, the analysis is very important for your progress in preparation. Based on the analysis, you have to change the course of action of your preparation. Initially, you need to take the mock tests once or twice a week and later on you can increase the frequency of the mock tests to thrice or four times a week. Ensure that you analyse each test in terms of common errors.Know what the factors are behind those errors, lack of conceptual clarity or silly mistakes. Supreet shares, “I didn’t take any coaching but wrote 10-12 mocks just to make myself friendly with the exam pattern.”

Even if you don’t go for regular classes at coaching institutes, you can enroll for the test series to have a proctored test taking experience and get evaluated by experts.

4. Create Study Group–A good company of people ensures that you are on the right track. You can discuss your problems, strategies, topics etc. with your study group members. It’s not necessary that all the group members are doing self-preparation. If some of them are taking coaching, that can be an added advantage for you. They can clarify your queries and confusions and also give you the suggestion based on expert inputs. You can also take same mock test or practice test together and analyse your competition and get your performance analysed with your group members. Neha Manglik, the only female CAT topper among the 16 toppers obtaining 100 percentilers shares how group studies helped her, “I do not think it is necessary to join coaching for CAT. Preparation can be done through group studies with friends, reading online or popular study materials etc.  Group studies with my friends helped me a lot as we helped each other with our respective weaknesses.”

5. Utilise the Internet –The best part of using the internet is that you can get help and guidance on anything and everything. There are numerous education news websites which serve articles and news related to your exam along with study materials and sample papers on their website. You can also be part of social media groups for the CAT or XAT aspirants by liking the several Facebook pages or Forum threads created by aspirants or coaching institutes and being a part of online study groups. You can also follow the Twitter handles of the exam authorities and officials to be updated with the happenings.

6. Be confident and stay motivated – This is the most important factor for those candidates who are preparing on their own. Don’t think that you have any less potential to crack the test than your counterparts who are taking coaching. As Vishesh Patni, CAT 2014 100 percentiler shares, “Having the right attitude is the key to crack CAT.” You need to keep a very positive outlook to stay confident and remain motivated through you CAT preparation journey.

How to prepare for CAT 2016 – 10 tips to crack CAT exam

CAT 2016 Preparation TipsHow to Crack CAT 2016 – CAT or the Common Admission Test, conducted by IIMs is held in November every year. The window of the test has undergone massive change, from 20 day window to 2 days followed by single day window in 2009-2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively. Experts suggest that if you are serious about cracking the most competitive management entrance exam with around 2 lakh test takers, you must have at least 6 months in hand for CAT 2016 preparation. The last minute preparation is equally important as it can make or mar your performance on the day of the CAT 2016 exam.

1. Take mock tests in online environment:  In last few days to your CAT 2016 exam, you must take computer-based mock CAT 2016 so that you are familiar with the actual test environment. Taking the mock CAT in real environment will make you completely prepare to take the computer based test on your CAT day and save any wastage of time on understanding the mode of test. You can also join CAT test series to take a few mock CAT online. Also, you must re-visit previous year CAT paper and solve it to have an actual feel of the test. Putting yourself to the actual testing environment will help you to take CAT on the test centre on your D-day. Sandeep Manudhane, PT Education Chairman states, “Taking mocks is one of the most important factor behind your success. Attempt at least 2 to 3 mocks in a week and analyze them thoroughly. Regular mock tests will prepare you for the 3 hour test.”

2. Analysis is must: After every CAT mock test, you must analyse your performance and evaluate your scoring areas based on CAT question pattern. The analysis of your mock CAT 2016 paper will bring clarity on your strengths and weaknesses. “I focused on taking mocks and especially on analysis and improving my weaknesses,” says Mridul Rajput, an IIM Udaipur student and CAT 2014 98.4 percentiler.

You also must go through the explanation of answers and see whether you already knew the core concept for solving each question. You should list down the questions which you could not solve despite having the conceptual clarity on the same. Once you know these areas according to CAT test pattern, you must go back to the textbook or your CAT preparation material and revise the concepts along with practicing a few questions on the particular areas. This exercise will help you reap the hard work that you have been putting for CAT preparation for last few months.

Sharing his CAT preparation tips, Kamlesh Sajnani, Managing Director, IMS Learning Resources in an interview to careers360.com, says that more important than taking the mock CAT test is its analysis. “If you don’t learn from each test before proceeding to the next, there is no point in taking a large number of them,” he says, adding, “Try out various strategies for each test such as dividing your time equally in each section or spending more time on the weaker sections by working quickly in the stronger sections. It is also important to attempt a variety of tests because you may score well in a test that is more suited to your strengths while the CAT may carry more questions of the kind you are uncomfortable with. An exposure to range of problems and the rationale behind them will ensure that you are better prepared.” 

3. Focus on strength:  Going by your own evaluation, you must focus on your strong areas and build on the same. As most of the questions in CAT 2016 syllabus are based on the application of basic concepts, learning both concepts and application at this stage is not advisable. Instead, you should put all your efforts towards the areas which you have nearly been able to control and solve questions on the same. “My strategy was to spend most of my time practicing questions from my areas of strength. Given the lack of time to solve all questions in the exam and the equal weightage to all questions, this strategy worked really well for me,” says Sanket Ramesh Bhamwari, SPJIMR student who obtained 99.21 percentile in CAT 2014.

4. Practice a lot: CAT Experts suggest that you must practice a lot in last few days so that you can make an instant connect with the question during your CAT 2016. Regular practice with a scheduled stretch will not only help increase you question solving speed but also make you habitual to sit for about 3 hours during your CAT 2016. “Regularly practice and revise the formula, vocabulary and grammar rules, so that you don’t have to think hard on the exam day,” shares Arks Srinivas, CEO, VistaMind.

5. Set target but be open on number of attempts: As you already know the CAT 2016 pattern, you should have targeted minimum and maximum number of questions that you will be attempting during CAT 2016. But experts suggest that you should be open on this number during your actual test. Though around 20 questions in each the sections can take you to around 98 or 99 percentile in CAT 2016, you should not relax despite reaching your target as last few attempts can bring you much advantageous edge over competitors.
 
6. Time management: As you begin your paper on your D-day, you should begin with the soft target. With 60 minutes allotted for each section during your CAT test duration, you should first attempt the questions which you can solve quickly. If you are doubtful on a question in the first glance, you leave it in the first round and come back to it in sequence after you have completed the first round of attempts. As you quickly solve a few questions, it will instill a higher level of confidence to attempt the difficult questions during the second round of attempts. Vivek S, IIM Trichy student shares, “Since my focus was on attempting as many questions as possible, I made it a point that I would not take more than 2 minutes per question. That turned out to be useful as I was able to maximize my attempts. With Quantitative Aptitude, I identified if the question was quickly solvable within the 30 seconds. If not, I skipped the question even though I knew how to solve. I came back to such questions once I was done with the other questions.”

Sharing his test taking strategy, IIM Kashipur student Harshil Patel says, “I started with verbal and decided to give it 40 minutes. I glanced through every question and only if I knew how to solve it I would try that question. Else, I would move on to next question. I gave 40 minutes to each of QA & VA, and 20 minutes each to DI and LR. This ensured that I solved all the easy questions in the paper. Rest 70 minutes I dedicated to maximizing the no. of questions solved.”

7. Don’t compromise with accuracy: Time management is one of most important part of the CAT 2016 testing with prioritization of questions becoming one of the key areas to success. As you go on attempting questions during your CAT paper, make sure that you compromise very little on accuracy. “My focus was to prepare while aiming for higher marks with more accuracy which I achieved over a gradual span of nearly 25 online mock tests,” says Abhishek Srivastava, IIM Raipur PGP 2015-17 batch student.

While speed is important to increase your number of attempts, maintaining a higher level of accuracy is even more important to convert your attempts into your score. Also, achieving a higher level of speed without a high level of accuracy result in negative marking also, making it a double loss proposition with your time spent on the question reducing your overall score by 1 marks. CAT 2016 has negative marking pattern with 3 marks awarded for every right answer and 1 mark reduced for every wrong answer.
8. Reverse action: In case you find questions a little difficult during the second round of your attempt, you must go reverse while solving the questions and scan the answer options first. Sometimes, answer options hold crucial clues towards solving the questions. You can also go by eliminating wrong options first, which reduces the number of answer options making it a little easier to find the right answer.

9. Relax well before your D-day: You should prepare well before your date with CAT 2016. Spend a day before the test in a stress-free environment. You should meet your friends and relax the way you like. After your hectic preparations for CAT in last few months, take a day-long break to reorganize your thoughts and D-day strategy. Forget about your weaknesses and have confidence in what you know as Sourav Santikari, SPJIMR Mumbai student and CAT 2014 99.39 percentiler says, “Just keep calm. Try to take as many mock tests as possible so as to build your strategy for the exam day. Before the exam day it is extremely important to keep your cool and rest properly.”

10. Be focused and keep calm during CAT 2016: Once you enter the test centre keep yourself focused on the test and maintain calm. Pranit Arora, who secured 100 percentile in CAT 2015 says, “It is important to stay relaxed and not get nervous for the test. Stress leads to failure which must be avoided. So do not overthink, stay calm and confident.”

The CAT exam only measures your intellect and the kind of effort that you have put. As you have already made the best efforts, now you need not to worry about results and selections. Focus on maximizing number of attempts with high accuracy. Leave the rest on to your honest effort.

WordList, Beginner Level, Unit 17

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Terrible
Hindi:
adj. ख़राब; अकथनीय; अनिर्वचनीय; भयंकर;
Tamil: பயங்கரமான;
Marathi: भयानक;
Kannada: ಭಯಾನಕ;
Telugu: భయంకరమైన;

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Bottom
Hindi:
v. आधारित करना; पैंदा; पेंदी या आसन लगाना;
n. जहाज़; तला; नींव; तह;
adj. नीचे का; निम्नतम; तली; तलहटी;
Tamil: கீழே;
Marathi: तळाशी;
Kannada: ಕೆಳಗೆ;
Telugu: దిగువ;

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Documentary
Hindi:
adj. लिखित; वृत्त चित्र; दस्तावेजी; प्रलेखी;
Tamil: ஆவணப்படம்;
Marathi: माहितीपट;
Kannada: ಸಾಕ್ಷ್ಯಚಿತ್ರ;
Telugu: డాక్యుమెంటరీ;

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Cheap
Hindi:
n. मंदा; वारा; सस्तापन;
adj. कम कीमत पर; घटिया; सस्ता; अल्पमूल्य;
Tamil: மலிவான;
Marathi: स्वस्त;
Kannada: ಅಗ್ಗ;
Telugu: చౌకగా;

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Behave
Hindi:
v. बर्ताव करना; व्यवहार करना; बत्राव करना; बर्ताव,व्यवहार;
Tamil: நடந்து;
Marathi: वागणे;
Kannada: ವರ್ತಿಸುತ್ತಾರೆ;
Telugu: ప్రవర్తించే;

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Press
Hindi:
v. दबाना; मजबूर करना; मुद्रणालय; बज्ना;
n. पत्रकारिता; मुद्रण; शिकंजा; भीड;
Tamil: பத்திரிகை;
Marathi: प्रेस;
Kannada: ಒತ್ತಿ;
Telugu: పత్రికా;

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Sort
Hindi:
n. छांटना; क्रमबद्ध करना; ढंग; जोड़ होना;
v. टाइप; पसन्द करना; वर्गीकरण करना; छाँटना;
मुद्राक्षर;
Tamil: வகையான;
Marathi: क्रमवारी;
Kannada: ರೀತಿಯ;
Telugu: విధమైన;

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Expensive
Hindi:
adj. बहुमूल्य; महँगा; महंगा; बड़ी लागत का;
Tamil: விலை;
Marathi: महाग;
Kannada: ದುಬಾರಿ;
Telugu: ఖరీదైన;

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Chase
Hindi:
n. पीछे लगना; पाना; शिकार; पीछा करना;
v. पाने की कोशिश करना; पूछ-ताछ करना; पीछे-पीछे जाना; जलदी-जलदी चक्कर लगाना;
चेज;
Tamil: துரத்தல்;
Marathi: पाठलाग;
Kannada: ಚೇಸ್;
Telugu: చేజ్;

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Run
Hindi:
v. दूरी; फैलना; छोटी नदी; बहाव;
n. दौर; गति; खपत; दौड़;
vi. जीना; ले जाना; रूख; थोडे समय के लिये जाना;
रन;
Tamil: ரன்;
Marathi: एकही रन नाही;
Kannada: ರನ್;
Telugu: రన్;

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Iron
Hindi:
n. इस्त्री करना; कठोर; बेड़ी पहनाना; पौष्टिक दवाई;
adj. सख्त; लोहे का; बेड़ी डालना; हथकड़ी;
लोहा;
Tamil: இரும்பு;
Marathi: लोखंड;
Kannada: ಕಬ್ಬಿಣದ;
Telugu: ఇనుము;

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Adverb
Hindi:
n. क्रिया विशेषण; क्रिया-विशेषण;
Tamil: வினையடை;
Marathi: क्रियाविशेषण;
Kannada: ಕ್ರಿಯಾವಿಶೇಷಣ;
Telugu: క్రియా విశేషణం;

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Life
Hindi:
n. जीवन; आजीवन; सजीव; उर्जा;
आयु; सजीव वस्तु; सक्रियता; जिंदगी;
Tamil: வாழ்க்கை;
Marathi: जीवन;
Kannada: ಜೀವನ;
Telugu: జీవితం;

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Modern
Hindi:
adj. आधुनिक; नया; प्रथा; आजकल के लोग;
Tamil: நவீன;
Marathi: आधुनिक;
Kannada: ಆಧುನಿಕ;
Telugu: ఆధునిక;

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Truth
Hindi:
n. सत्यता; सच्चाई; वास्त्विकता; हक़ीक़त;
Tamil: உண்மை;
Marathi: सत्य;
Kannada: ಸತ್ಯ;
Telugu: సత్యం;

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Pick
Hindi:
n. लेना; चुगना; खरीदना; कुदाली;
v. किसी नुकीली वस्तु से ताला खोलना; उचलणे; खोदनी; फेंकना;
Tamil: அழைத்து;
Marathi: निवडा;
Kannada: ಆಯ್ಕೆ;
Telugu: ఎంచుకోండి;

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Trust
Hindi:
v. आशा करना; न्यास; पर विशवास करना; भरोसा करना;
n. अमानत; विश्वास करना; उधार देना; आशा;
Tamil: நம்பிக்கை;
Marathi: विश्वास;
Kannada: ಟ್ರಸ್ಟ್;
Telugu: ట్రస్ట్;

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Young
Hindi:
n. युवा; जवान; नवोदित; नवयुवक;
adj. बच्चा; छोटा; शावक; ताज़ा;
बाल; किशोर; युवती; कुमार;
Tamil: இளம்;
Marathi: तरुण;
Kannada: ಯುವ;
Telugu: యువ;

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Medium
Hindi:
n. मझौला; माध्यमअ; कारण; जरिया;
adj. मध्य; मध्य स्थान; मीडियम; मझला;
Tamil: நடுத்தர;
Marathi: मध्यम;
Kannada: ಮಧ್ಯಮ;
Telugu: మీడియం;

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Math
Hindi:
n. गणित; अंक शास्त्र; गणित विद्या;
Tamil: கணித;
Marathi: गणित;
Kannada: ಗಣಿತ;
Telugu: గణిత;

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WordList, Beginner Level, Unit 20

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Question
Hindi:
v. अनुसंधान; विवाद का विषय; जाँच; विशय;
n. प्रश्न; सन्देह करना; प्रश्न चिह्न; सवाल करना;
Tamil: கேள்வி;
Marathi: प्रश्न;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಶ್ನೆ;
Telugu: ప్రశ్న;

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Unfriendly
Hindi:
adj. प्रतिकूल; अमित्रतापूर्ण; अस्नेही; विद्वेशपूर्ण;
Tamil: அன்பில்லாத;
Marathi: मित्रत्वाचा नसलेला;
Kannada: ಸ್ನೇಹಿಯಲ್ಲದ;
Telugu: ప్రతికూలమైన;

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Yours
Hindi:
n. तुम्हारा; आपका; भवदीय;
adj. तुम्हारी;
Tamil: உன்;
Marathi: तुमच्या;
Kannada: ನಿಮ್ಮ;
Telugu: మీదే;

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Chip
Hindi:
n. चिप्स काटना; टूकड़ा निकलना; टुकड़; छिप्टी;
v. फोड़ना; काटना; तोड़ना; टूट;
एकीकृत परिपथ;
Tamil: சிப்;
Marathi: चिप;
Kannada: ಚಿಪ್;
Telugu: చిప్;

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Engineer
Hindi:
n. आभिय्ंअता; निरमाण करना; कल के काम में दक्ष; कल बनाने या चलानेवाला;
v. अभियन्ता; इंजीनियर; योजना बनाना; अभियंता;
Tamil: பொறியாளர்;
Marathi: अभियंता;
Kannada: ಎಂಜಿನಿಯರ್;
Telugu: ఇంజనీర్;

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Adult
Hindi:
prep. युवा पुरुष; युवा महिला; तरुण; युवक;
adj. वयस्क; बालिग; प्रौढ; पूर्णविकसित प्राणि;
प्रौढ़; पौढ;
Tamil: வயது;
Marathi: प्रौढ;
Kannada: ವಯಸ್ಕ;
Telugu: వయోజన;

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Soon
Hindi:
n. अभी; जळी; शीघ्रही;
adv. जल्दी ही; निकट भविष्य में; जल्दी से; फौरन;
Tamil: விரைவில்;
Marathi: लवकरच;
Kannada: ಶೀಘ್ರದಲ್ಲೇ;
Telugu: త్వరలో;

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General
Hindi:
n. प्रधान; साधारण; सामान्य; आम;
adj. सार्विक; विस्तृत; प्रचलित; प्रमुख;
Tamil: பொது;
Marathi: सामान्य;
Kannada: ಸಾಮಾನ್ಯ;
Telugu: సాధారణ;

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Appointment
Hindi:
n. नियोजित भेंट; नियुक्ति; नौकरी; मिलने का निश्चित समय;
Tamil: நியமனம்;
Marathi: नियुक्ती;
Kannada: ಅಪಾಯಿಂಟ್ಮೆಂಟ್;
Telugu: అపాయింట్మెంట్;

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Seven
Hindi:
n. सप्त; सात;
Tamil: ஏழு;
Marathi: सात;
Kannada: ಏಳು;
Telugu: ఏడు;

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Pretend
Hindi:
v. दीखावा करना; अभिनय करना; दावा;
दावा करना; बहाना करना; मान लेना; ढोंग करना;
Tamil: பாசாங்கு;
Marathi: ढोंग;
Kannada: ನಟಿಸುವುದು;
Telugu: నటిస్తారు;

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High
Hindi:
n. महापराध;
adj. प्रखर; महान; अधिक; प्रमुख;
Tamil: உயர்;
Marathi: उच्च;
Kannada: ಹೆಚ್ಚಿನ;
Telugu: అధిక;

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Watermelon
Hindi:
n. तरबूज; कलिंदा;
तरबूज़;
Tamil: தர்பூசணி;
Marathi: टरबूज;
Kannada: ಕಲ್ಲಂಗಡಿ;
Telugu: పుచ్చకాయ;

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Eleventh
Hindi:
adj. ग्यारहवाँ; ग्यारहवां;
Tamil: பதினோராம்;
Marathi: अकरावा;
Kannada: ಹನ್ನೊಂದನೇ;
Telugu: పదకొండవ;

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Very
Hindi:
v. बहुत; बहुत ही; बिलकुल वही; ठीक;
adv. संपूर्ण; सा; ही; असली;
Tamil: மிகவும்;
Marathi: फार;
Kannada: ಅತ್ಯಂತ;
Telugu: చాలా;

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Birth
Hindi:
v. जनम; उत्पन्न करना; जन्म देना; पैत्रिक उपाधि;
n. जन्म; जाति; कुलीनता; कुलअ;
प्रसूति;
Tamil: பிறந்த;
Marathi: जन्म;
Kannada: ಜನನ;
Telugu: పుట్టిన;

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Surface
Hindi:
n. सतह; ऊपरी; चढाना; ऊपरी तल;
adj. ऊपरी भाग; बाह्य भाग; चढ़ाना; उथला;
माइक्रोसॉफ्ट सरफेस;
Tamil: மேற்பரப்பில்;
Marathi: पृष्ठभाग;
Kannada: ಮೇಲ್ಮೈ;
Telugu: ఉపరితల;

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Sad
Hindi:
adj. दुःखद; बुरी; दुःखी; फीका;
साद;
Tamil: வருத்தம்;
Marathi: दु: खी;
Kannada: ದುಃಖ;
Telugu: విచారంగా;

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Everything
Hindi:
n. सब कुछ;
सब; सारा;
Tamil: எல்லாம்;
Marathi: सर्वकाही;
Kannada: ಎಲ್ಲವೂ;
Telugu: ప్రతిదీ;

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Misleading
Hindi:
v. बहकाना; पथभ्रष्ट करना; भुलाना; भरमाना;
भटकाना; भुलावा देना;
Tamil: தவறாக வழிநடத்தும்;
Marathi: दिशाभूल;
Kannada: ತಪ್ಪು;
Telugu: తప్పుదారి;

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Chalk
Hindi:
v. खड़िया; खड़िया के चिह्न लगाना;
n. खाका बनाना; लिखना; चाक; खड़िया;
Tamil: சுண்ணாம்பு;
Marathi: खडू;
Kannada: ಸೀಮೆಸುಣ್ಣದ;
Telugu: సుద్ద;

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Tourist
Hindi:
n. पर्यटक; पर्यटक खिलाड़ी; सैलानी; पर्यटकी;
Tamil: சுற்றுலா;
Marathi: पर्यटन;
Kannada: ಪ್ರವಾಸಿ;
Telugu: పర్యాటక;

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Railway
Hindi:
n. रेल; रेल की सड़क; रेल-पथ; सड़क जिस पर लोहे की पटरियां बिछी हों;
Tamil: ரயில்;
Marathi: रेल्वे;
Kannada: ರೈಲ್ವೆ;
Telugu: రైల్వే;

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Several
Hindi:
pron. नाना प्रकार; अनेक; बहुत; भिन्न;
adj. अलग-अलग; की; विविध; नाना;
Tamil: பல;
Marathi: अनेक;
Kannada: ಹಲವಾರು;
Telugu: అనేక;

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Case
Hindi:
v. आवरण चढ़ाना; खोल चढ़ाना; कांड;
n. कारक; केस; मामला; हालत;
Tamil: வழக்கு;
Marathi: केस;
Kannada: ಸಂದರ್ಭದಲ್ಲಿ;
Telugu: కేసు;

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Teacher
Hindi:
n. शिक्षक; अध्यापक; अध्यापिका; उस्ताद;
तर्जनी;
Tamil: ஆசிரியர்;
Marathi: शिक्षक;
Kannada: ಶಿಕ್ಷಕ;
Telugu: గురువు;

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Scarf
Hindi:
n. दुपट्टा; गुलूबंद; आच्छादित करना; रूमाल;
दुपटा; लपेटना; अधिकांश; गुलूबन्द;
Tamil: தாவணி;
Marathi: गळपट्टा;
Kannada: ಸ್ಕಾರ್ಫ್;
Telugu: స్కార్ఫ్;

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Medal
Hindi:
n. मेडल; तमगा; मुद्रा; आर्डर;
Tamil: பதக்கம்;
Marathi: पदक;
Kannada: ಪದಕ;
Telugu: పతకాన్ని;

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Early
Hindi:
adj. आरम्भिक; जल्दी; आदि; शुरू;
Tamil: ஆரம்ப;
Marathi: लवकर;
Kannada: ಬೇಗ;
Telugu: ప్రారంభ;

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Unimportant
Hindi:
adj. नगण्य; महत्वहीन; तुच्छ; अप्रधान;
Tamil: முக்கியத்துவமற்ற;
Marathi: बिनमहत्त्वाचे;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಮುಖವಲ್ಲದ್ದನ್ನು;
Telugu: అప్రస్తుతం;

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Quarter
Hindi:
n. पाव; पड़ाव; स्कूल की त्रैमासिक अवधि; चौथाई हिस्सा;
Tamil: கால்;
Marathi: तिमाहीत;
Kannada: ಕ್ವಾರ್ಟರ್;
Telugu: క్వార్టర్;

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Attempt
Hindi:
v. कोशिश करना; प्रयत्न; प्रयास; प्रयास करना;
n. उद्योग; उद्योग करना; कोशिश; परिश्रम करना;
Tamil: முயற்சி;
Marathi: प्रयत्न;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಯತ್ನ;
Telugu: ప్రయత్నం;

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Song
Hindi:
n. सराहना; प्रशंसा करना; गायन;
v. सुनाना; गाना; गाना गाना; चहचहाना;
Tamil: பாடல்;
Marathi: गाणे;
Kannada: ಹಾಡು;
Telugu: పాట;

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Famous
Hindi:
n. प्रसिद्ध; नामवर; नामी; प्रख्यात;
adj. मशहूर; विख्यात; नामी ग्रामी; यशस्वी;
Tamil: பிரபலமான;
Marathi: प्रसिद्ध;
Kannada: ಖ್ಯಾತ;
Telugu: ప్రసిద్ధ;

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Child
Hindi:
n. बच्चा; नासमझ; लाल; अपत्य;
Tamil: குழந்தை;
Marathi: मुलाला;
Kannada: ಮಗು;
Telugu: పిల్లల;

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Accessory
Hindi:
n. अतिरिक्त वस्तु; सहायक; सहयोगी; अतिरिक्त उपस्कर;
adj. अतिरिक्त;
Tamil: துணை;
Marathi: ऍक्सेसरीसाठी;
Kannada: ಪ್ರತಿಕ್ರಿಯೆ;
Telugu: అనుబంధ;

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Verb
Hindi:
n. क्रियापद;
क्रिया;
Tamil: வினை;
Marathi: क्रियापद;
Kannada: ಕ್ರಿಯಾಪದ;
Telugu: క్రియా;

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Tutor
Hindi:
v. शिक्षा देना;
n. सिखाना; शिक्षक; निजी शिक्षक; पढाना;
Tamil: உபாத்தியாய்;
Marathi: शिक्षक;
Kannada: ಬೋಧಕ;
Telugu: ట్యూటర్;

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Dirty
Hindi:
v. खराब; गंदा; गन्दा; मैला;
adj. मैला करना; गंदला; गदला; मलिन;
Tamil: அழுக்கு;
Marathi: गलिच्छ;
Kannada: ಕೊಳಕು;
Telugu: మురికి;

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Unusual
Hindi:
adj. असामान्य; विचित्र; असामान्य/अनोखा; अपूर्व;
Tamil: அசாதாரண;
Marathi: असामान्य;
Kannada: ಅಸಾಮಾನ್ಯ;
Telugu: అసాధారణ;

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Remain
Hindi:
n. बच निकलना; बच जाना; टिकना;
v. लाश; अवशेष; बाकी रहना; रहना;
Tamil: இருக்கும்;
Marathi: राहतील;
Kannada: ಉಳಿಯುತ್ತದೆ;
Telugu: మిగిలి;

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Necessary
Hindi:
adj. ज़रुरी; ज़रूरत का सामान; अनिवार्य; आवश्यकता;
Tamil: தேவையான;
Marathi: आवश्यक;
Kannada: ಅಗತ್ಯ;
Telugu: అవసరం;

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Thirsty
Hindi:
adj. प्यासा; उत्सुक; सुखा; व्याकुल;
Tamil: தாகம்;
Marathi: तहान;
Kannada: ಬಾಯಾರಿದ;
Telugu: ఆశ;

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Basket
Hindi:
n. अंक; टोकरी; टोकरा; डला;
Tamil: கூடை;
Marathi: टोपली;
Kannada: ಬ್ಯಾಸ್ಕೆಟ್;
Telugu: బుట్ట;

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Upstairs
Hindi:
n. ऊपरी मंज़िल पर; ऊपरी मंज़िल का; ऊपरी मंज़िल; ऊपरी मंज़िल;
Tamil: மாடிக்கு;
Marathi: वरचा मजला;
Kannada: ಉಪ್ಪರಿಗೆ;
Telugu: మేడమీద;

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World
Hindi:
n. जगत; मशहूर; संसार; दुनिया;
adj. जगत्;
Tamil: உலகம்;
Marathi: जग;
Kannada: ವಿಶ್ವದ;
Telugu: ప్రపంచ;

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Elementary
Hindi:
adj. प्रारंभिक; प्रारम्भिक; साधारण; आरंभिक स्तर की;
Tamil: தொடக்க;
Marathi: प्राथमिक;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಾಥಮಿಕ;
Telugu: ప్రాథమిక;

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Progress
Hindi:
v. उपचय; यात्रा करना;
n. विकास करना; चलना; गति; प्रगति;
Tamil: முன்னேற்றம்;
Marathi: प्रगती;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಗತಿ;
Telugu: పురోగతి;

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Become
Hindi:
v. बनना; हो जाना; बन जाना; होना;
adj. संभवन; ठीक होना; ठीक लगना; फबना;
Tamil: ஆக;
Marathi: झाले;
Kannada: ಆಗಲು;
Telugu: మారింది;

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Perform
Hindi:
v. प्रदर्शित करना; करना; परिणत करना; बजाना;
Tamil: செய்ய;
Marathi: सुरू;
Kannada: ನಿರ್ವಹಿಸಲು;
Telugu: నిర్వహించడానికి;

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Scientist
Hindi:
n. पंडित; शास्री;
वैज्ञानिक; िज्ञै ाननक; विज्ञानी;
Tamil: விஞ்ஞானி;
Marathi: शास्त्रज्ञ;
Kannada: ವಿಜ್ಞಾನಿ;
Telugu: శాస్త్రవేత్త;

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Care
Hindi:
n. सेवा; ध्यान देना; चिन्ता; परवाह करना;
v. निग्रानी; चिन्ता करना/परवाह करना; देख रेख;
Tamil: பாதுகாப்பு;
Marathi: काळजी;
Kannada: ರಕ್ಷಣೆ;
Telugu: సంరక్షణ;

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Province
Hindi:
n. प्रदेश; प्रान्त; कार्यक्षेत्र; प्रान्त/अधिकार क्षेत्र;
प्रांत; ओब्लास्त;
Tamil: மாகாணத்தில்;
Marathi: प्रांत;
Kannada: ಪ್ರಾಂತ್ಯದ;
Telugu: రాష్ట్రంలో;

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Infinitive
Hindi:
n. क्रियार्थक संज्ञा; अनियत;
Tamil: வினையெச்சம்;
Marathi: पुरूषवचनानुसार न बदलणारे क्रियापदाचे टु युक्त किंवा टु विरहित रूप;
Kannada: ಕರ್ತೃ;
Telugu: తుమర్థం;

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Card
Hindi:
v. टिकट;
n. ताश; लिखना; मीनू; धुनकी से साफ़ करना;
पोस्; दफती; पुट्ठा; पत्रदेशन;
Tamil: அட்டை;
Marathi: कार्ड;
Kannada: ಕಾರ್ಡ್;
Telugu: కార్డ్;

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Scary
Hindi:
adj. डरावना; डरपोक; भयानक; ख़ौफ़नाक;
Tamil: பயங்கரமான;
Marathi: धडकी भरवणारा;
Kannada: ಹೆದರಿಕೆಯೆ;
Telugu: స్కేరీ;

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Unhappy
Hindi:
adj. अनुचित; अप्रसन्न; दुःखी; चिन्तित;
Tamil: மகிழ்ச்சியற்ற;
Marathi: दु: खी;
Kannada: ಅತೃಪ್ತಿ;
Telugu: సంతోషంగా;

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Orange
Hindi:
n. नारंगी का; नारंगी रंग का; सन्तरा; कमला;
संतरा; नारंगी;
Tamil: ஆரஞ்சு;
Marathi: संत्रा;
Kannada: ಕಿತ್ತಳೆ;
Telugu: నారింజ;

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Spare
Hindi:
v. पतला; रक्षित; सहन करना;
adj. छोड़ देना; बचाना; अनावश्यक; देना;
Tamil: உதிரி;
Marathi: सुटे;
Kannada: ಬಿಡುವಿನ;
Telugu: విడి;

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Hindi:
n. वन; वृक्ष लगाना; ङोरेस्ट; जंगल;
नॉटिंघम फॉरेस्ट एफ.सी.;
Tamil: காட்டில்;
Marathi: वन;
Kannada: ಅರಣ್ಯ;
Telugu: అటవీ;

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