If you are a regular consumer of news, there are a lot of words that people keep using especially on social media - nationalist, feminist, racist, etc. You may have heard of these words, but do you know what these actually mean?
In this post, we will look at some of the most popular ‘-isms’ doing rounds these days. The idea is to better understand the meaning and usage so that you can use it in the correct manner. unlike news channel panelists or social media revolutionaries.
A more important reason is as an aspirant you must be clear with these terms. You may find these words in
Looking for the Best Coaching Classes for CAT?
One of the first things that CAT aspirants look for, specially those appearing for the first time, is a "coaching institute". The choices, more often than not, are mind-boggling and confusing to say the least. Also, everyone wants to join the "best coaching classes" and the "Top CAT Coaching Institute" in the city. And as the bard would say, therein lies the rub. The coaching institute you pick is going to make very little difference to the final result. But then again, everyone wants the "best". I thought I will write this post to share my t
Sentence exclusion questions test one important skill: to detect an anomaly in data.
The fly in the ointment.
The scratch on the lens.
The bug in the software.
The Van Buren supernova – that did not exist in the original Vermeer painting – which Sherlock must discover in order to beat Moriarty’s deadline of 10 seconds.
Indeed, if approached logically, it should be a 10 or may be 20 or 30-second affair to spot the odd sentence among the given four.
How to approach a Sentence exclusion question:
Sentence exclusion is a new twist on the old Parajumbles question. A �