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Phrasal verb of the day

Work on - Meaning: To repair or tinker

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The Times of India

Assam and Mizoram CMs must calm tensions instead o

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The Times of India

Six angry delhiites: Politicians always overpromis

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Commonly Misspelled English Words

Spelling Test of Day - 👉 appearing very bright

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The Pioneer News

China’s ‘friendship’ must bother Putin - In

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English Expressions and Sentences

TRAFFIC JAM - • Are you comfortable with traffi

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The Hindu

Joining the dots in the second coming of Pegasus -

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Phrasal verb of the day

Take on - Meaning: To behave very emotionally.

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The Times of India

Kerala’s Covid puzzle grows more worrisome - In

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The Pioneer News

No Laxity - All signs say the third wave of COVID-

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  • National issues
Commonly Misspelled English Words

Spelling Test of Day - 👉 the region consisting

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The Times of India

Spooky change: Intelligence agencies need parliame

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  • National issues
English Expressions and Sentences

Guessing - • It looks like you’re new here.

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The Hindu

The direction that the National Curriculum Framewo

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One Word Substitution Quiz

10 Q. | 5 Min. - One Word Substitution Quiz

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Spotting Error (Rule 212)

Rule : Actions done before a Certain Time - Past P

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The Hindu

A climate risk: On extreme weather events - Only p

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Daily Dose of One Word Substitution

Important One Word Substitution - 1. One who has

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Daily Dose of Idioms & Phrases

Important Idioms & Phrases - 1. Sweeping Statement

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The Pioneer News

South Sudan — A decade of Independence - This m

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  • International Relations
Antonyms Quiz

10 Q. | 5 Min. - Antonyms Quiz

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Spotting Error (Rule 211)

Rule : Action of Past Time - If the two works were

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English Idioms and Sayings

To have a tiger by the tail - To have a tiger by t

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The Hindu

Return to troubles: On Brexit and the Good Friday

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  • International Relations
Daily Dose of Idioms & Phrases

Important Idioms & Phrases - 1.Fall back – To tu

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Daily Dose of One Word Substitution

Important One Word Substitution - 1. One who loves

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The Pioneer News

Glitz and guts - The Tokyo Olympics have started.

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