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immoral

Vocab Tadka : Immoral Vs Amoral (Confusing Words)

Lets discuss the difference between the confusing words Immoral Vs Amoral. IMMORAL 1 (a) deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong Type: ‘adj.all’ 2 (s) not adhering to ethical or moral principles Type: ‘adj.all’ Synonym: base, Sentence...

loath

Vocab Tadka : Loath vs Loathe (Confusing Words)

Today we will discuss the difference between two similar sounding words Loath and Loathe. Loath :  unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom;  strongly opposed Type: Adjective Synonym: loth, reluctant, antipathetic, antipathetical, averse, indisposed, loth, Usage : He was loath to admit...

Practice Test:Para Jumbles

The sentences given in each question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labeled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct...

Practice Test:Verbal Ability

1.Choose the following to form a logical sequence. A. He continues, ”The judge just put a leash on the bulldog.” B. And recently, a handful of major PC makers, including Gateway Computer Inc. have...

PRACTICE TEST: READING COMPREHENSION

Passage 1 My aim is to present a conception of justice which generalizes and carries to a higher level of abstraction the familiar theory of the social contract. In order to do this we...

terrorism

Analogy

90 Days to CAT – A free short Course – Schedule  \/ Though questions asked in CAT/XAT  are simple,they just check your logical skills and how do you relate things.I would say if you...

Sentence Rearrangement

90 Days to CAT – Schedule  \/ Rearrange following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph.Comment your answers. 1. A.This linking of politics and music is of course ancient and even Aristotle in his book...

Error Identification Exercise

90 Days to CAT – Schedule  \/ Identify errors in given sentences, If required restructure the sentence in best possible way to make it correct. Comment below your answers In Eight o’clock in the morning....