Collection of GMAT Verbal articles

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In this article, we have shared links of a few GMAT Verbal articles on our blog. Sentence Correction Modifiers A primer on Noun phrases and Noun Modifiers – Click here. Noun Modifiers can Modify slightly far away noun – Click here. Various Functions of Verb-ing Words – Click here. Usage of  Verb-ing Modifiers –  Part I –

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What and How to Negate

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The purpose of this article is to help you think about negating statements so that you can apply the negation test for CR assumption questions. In this article, we will look at how to negate using the set theory approach for negating statements. This article is a pre-requisite to our free session on “Prethinking for

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What and how to negate

Negation Test – What and How to Negate – GMAT Verbal

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The purpose of this article is to help you think about negating statements so that you can apply the negation test for CR assumption questions. In this article, we will look at how to negate using the set theory approach for negating statements. This article is a pre-requisite to our free session on “Prethinking for

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Like vs As – GMAT Verbal

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The expressions Like and As are used to present comparison and are often tested against each other. Correct usage of Like When used to present comparison, like must be followed by a noun entity. This noun entity can be a single noun word or a noun phrase. The noun following like is compared to the

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since vs from

Since vs From – GMAT Verbal

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The words since and from both are used to denote the starting time of an action. Yet, these words are used in very different contexts. Use of Since The word since is used to present the starting time of an action that continues in the present till this date. For example: Simple Example 1 Mr.

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Either vs Neither

Either vs Neither – GMAT Verbal

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Although just one letter makes neither different from either, the words present almost opposite meanings. Either Usage of either denotes one of the two actions, things, or persons mentioned in the sentence. For example: Simple Example 1 Either I will review the project or will supervise the review process. The above-mentioned sentence conveys that I

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Subject Verb Agreement – Definition, Rules, and Examples

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Every single sentence, be it written or spoken, talks about an action, and every action has a doer. This is the reason why there cannot be a sentence without a subject verb agreement, especially in the parlance of GMAT SC. Definition of Subject Verb agreement Definition of Subject The entity about whom/which a statement is

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