Learn English Grammar During Lockdown

Want to make lockdown productive? Then make a goal to learn all basic grammar rules of English Language. This will make you job ready post the coronavirus crisis!! English isn’t that difficult, although the preparation for competitive exam can be totally different from learning the basics of a language; but if you utilise this time to work on your basics, we ensure nothing can stop you from scoring in English Language section of Bank, SSC, Railways, and other competitive exams.

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If we talk about bank exams alone, whether you are preparing for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, RBI Grade B, NABARD, LIC, Specialist Officer Exams- you have to deal with English in Prelims and Mains, and you must get command over spoken English as well for the Group Discussion and Personal Interview Round in Officer Grade recruitment.

We know going through books can be tiresome!! So on bankersadda.com we have been providing all students with study notes on basics of English Grammar- you just have to go through these notes.

If you’ve missed, here is the complete catalog of this week’s dose of learning English Grammar- Go thorough it once and try to practice it.

Commonly Mispronounced words
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Useful Idioms and Phrases
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Subject Verbs Agreement
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Common Spellings You Might Get Confused With Click Here to Check
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Conditionals Sentences
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Learn Vocabulary

No doubt, vocabulary is essential for learning any language. Not only you should learn meanings of new words, but you should also know their antonyms and synonyms and usage in different contexts, as a word may have different meanings as well.

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Go through the daily vocabulary provided on bankersadda.com and Adda247 app to make this process hassle free. If you’ve missed your this week’s dose of vocabulary, here are the links:

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Vocabulary- 23 April Vocabulary- 24 April Vocabulary- 25 April

Practice will certainly make you perfect, so stick to your goal and make it your target that you’ll complete the basics of English Language before the lockdown ends!!

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