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Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1

Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT please share this post to friends to know this Please subscribe to get more latest updates. 1. If two Singular Nouns refer to the same person or thing, the Verb should be in Singular. For example, Incorrect- The Chief-minister and Home-minister are …

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Important Antonyms for Governament job Preparation

AFFLUENT-having a great deal of money(especially of a group or area)/wealthy –POOR ROUGH–having an uneven or irregular surface /not smoother level –SMOOTH IMPERTINENT-notshowingproperrespect/rude– RESPECTFUL FALLIABLE– capable of making mistakes or being wrong–UNERRING  ERUDITE-having or showing great knowledge or learning-UNSCHOLARLY COAX-persuade(someone)gradually or gently to do something–DISSUADE CRITICISE-indicate the faults of(someone or something)in a disapproving way-COMMEND ANIMOSITY–strong hostility-LOVE RATIFICATION–official way to confirm something, usually vote–DISAPPROVAL PAROCHIAL–having a limited or narrow outlook or scope–GLOBAL AUTONOMY–freedom …

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