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Verbal Ability

The verbal Ability section has been haunting to all of us Since childhood and when it comes To prepare verbal Ability section ( typically called As English or verbal) it’s really a tough Nut to crack. The major Reason for this diffident approach is Our lack of practice. As most of us are not having English As our mother tongue we are scared of this unit .Our Teachers have repeatedly told us to talk to one another in English but due To peer pressure and not taking this Module Seriously we have been lacking in it. But please Understand guys all corporate works in English and when it comes to writing emails and other stuff it’s really tough for many technocrats to cope with the fierce competition all across the globe.

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Verbal Ability section has been troubling us since our school days and when it comes to prepare this section (typically called as English or verbal) it’s really a tough nut to crack. The major reason for this issue is our lack of practice. Most of us don't have English as our mother tongue we are scared of this unit. We have been taught to improve our communication skills by interacting in an international language but without much fluency and lack of reading in English,we often embarrass ourselves and don't even try. But if we go through certain grammatical or vocabulary concepts in English. When it comes to writing emails and other stuff it’s difficult for many technocrats to cope with the fierce competition all across the globe.

In GATEFLIX videos on Verbal Ability you will find innovative way to develop vocabulary, reading skills, verbal logic etc. These are very cost effective for any person who is preparing for competitive exams.

The online videos are very important from various exams prospects. Verbal Aptitude is asked in almost all entrance exams. May it be for government exams or any competitive exams like GATE,CAT, CSAT, NET , CLAT, IPM, SNAP, SSC JE,RRB, GPSC, MPSC,UPPSC,etc. More over this section of verbal ability tests your reading and comprehension skills, vocabulary and conceptual skills hence maximum companies include this as a screening for their recruitment. All top companies like TCS(conducting CCMT) or Infosys, or L&T and alike include Verbal Ability for campus placements.

Maximum question in Aptitude are asked from following topics - Vocabulary based question like fill in the blanks, synonyms and antonyms, reading comprehension, odd one out, assumption, conclusion, course of action, critical reasoning, paragraph jumbles etc. Placement paper setters preference and even for technical exams like GATE/SSC-Junior engineer, RRB etc. check the syllabus tab for detailed course.

These GATEFLIX videos are designed to help you crack the mentioned exams. If you watch the concept video on the home page.You will understand GATE flix better and how to make maximum use of these videos.

GATEFLIX –A GATE way to affordable education is actually created for students who wish to study but are not able to do so due to lack of good teachers, or financial issues or good content. These videos can be bought at just cost of pizza and you can enjoy them numerous times.You can also participate in doubt sessions and practice question sessions later when they are scheduled.

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Chapter 1

Noun

Noun

1 videos

Noun

Chapter 2

Pronoun

Pronoun

1 videos

Pronoun

Chapter 3

Subject And Verb Agreement

Subject-And-Verb-Agreement

1 videos

Subject And Veb Agreement

Chapter 4

Tenses

Tenses

1 videos

Tenses

Chapter 5

Modifiers

Modifiers_Part_1

Modifiers_Part_2

2 videos

Modifiers_Part_1

Modifiers_Part_2

Chapter 6

Vocabulary Building

  1. Linking word technique
  2. Root word technique
  3. Types of vocabulary questions 
  4. Synonyms
  5. Antonyms
  6. Homophones
  7. Various Exam questions and practice question

3 videos

(VA) Vocabulary I

(VA) Vocabulary II

(VA) Facts | Inferences | Judgements

Chapter 7

Verbal logic

  1. Paragraph jumbles
  2. Critical reasoning
  3. Assumption, conclusion
  4. Summary writing
  5. Fact, inference ,judgement
  6. Course of Action
  7. Assertion and reason
  8. Various exam questions

3 videos

(VA) Course of Action

Verbal - Critical Reasoning

Verbal Logic - Statement, Assumption & Conclusion

Chapter 8

Reading Comprehension( RC)

  1. Concept of RC
  2. Types of RC
  3. Tones
  4. Types of questions
  5. Specific idea and implied idea question
  6. BANE technique for solving RC
  7. Various exam Questions and practice question

5 videos

(VA) Introduction to Reading Comprehension

(VA) Reading Comprehension - Eclectic Reading

(VA) Reading Comprehension III - Types of Question

Reading Comprehension - How to Solve Questions

Reading Comprehension - Tones

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