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For TANCET MBA Exam 2019, Verbal Ability plays a major role as there are about 50 marks out of 100 from English language itself. This section tests a candidate’s vocabulary and command over English language. The grammar questions will be of basic level, but it will be a wrong assumption to ignore this section as most of the marks can be scored from this section alone.
TANCET MBA question paper consists of four sections of 100 questions in total. TANCET 2019 Syllabus for both MBA as well as MCA for English language section will contain the questions from the following topics:
|One word Substitutions||Reading Comprehension|
|Idioms & Phrases||Cloze Test|
Grammar forms the base of this examination and a candidate should be good in basic grammar such as Articles, Parts of Speech, Tense, etc. A candidate needs to read the basic grammar books and can also learn the rules of grammar online by practicing more.
It is recommended to work on improving the vocabulary while preparing for the TANCET MBA Verbal Ability examination section. The question paper will contain more questions related to English language and vocabulary. Try to learn a new word every day, read more magazines and newspaper to increase your word list and also know their meanings. Along with that know where to use that word so that you can relate the word and its meaning in the sentence.
There are a few questions where appropriate synonyms or antonyms need to be chosen. If a candidate does more practice in improving the vocabulary, those words will be familiar to him/her. Along with learning new words, look for their synonyms (same meaning word) and antonyms (opposite meaning) as well.
A sentence will be provided and candidates need to find the suitable one word for that. Go through previous years’ question papers to get a fairly good idea on how those questions will be in the exam. Apart from that, there are many guide books available in the market and also online which a candidate can refer to master this section.
Make a list of all the idioms and phrases that you encounter in previous years’ papers or reference books and try to get the meaning and context of those. As the usage of an idiom is situation-based, if you understand the context, it will be easier to remember them and the usage as well. Try to visualize the scenarios so that you can relate the usage of the idiom to its scene.
A sentence will be provided containing errors in the form of tense, parts of speech, principles, infinitives, use of article, etc.. You need to determine the type of error in the sentence and correct that sentence as per applied grammatical rule. You need have a good knowledge of grammatical rules to ace these question. Read the sentence carefully before answering, practice mock tests and as many previous years’ question papers as possible.
A passage or a paragraph will be provided where some words will be missing. It requires to understand the meaning and flow of the sentence to complete the word. Candidates should read the passage thoroughly to understand the theme and context. Once it is clear, the choice of word to fill in that blank section becomes easier. Also try to link the sentences if the passage is lengthy. There will be some connections of first sentence with the second one, which once identified, will be easier to complete.
A passage will be provided of about 900 words and questions will be asked based on that. Try not to spend a lot of time-solving this section. Keep this at the end because you might end spending a lot of time in reading the passage and answering, which will lead to less time in solving the other questions in the section. Also while reading the passage, mark or write down the important sentences of that passage so that you get the tone of the passage which will help you answer the questions appropriately.
|Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for the CAT and other MBA Entrance Examinations (with CD) (Paperback)||T.I.M.E|
|Verbal Ability||Arun Sharma|
|English Language Student Book||Alison Ross|
|30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary||Norman Lewis and Wilfred Funk.|
|The Technique of Comprehension & Precis Writing||Upkar|
|High School English Grammar and Composition||H. Martin, P.C. Wren|
|English Grammar & Composition||S.C. Gupta.|
|Descriptive General EnglishLanguage Comprehension Communication Skills & Writing||S.P. Bakshi|
|New Pattern Tests of Objective English (NPTOE)||Dr. R. N. Singh|
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