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One Word Substitution - Test Series

Why to Learn One Word Substitution?

To write precisely and to the point is very important in your English Language exams. If a single precise word is available for a long sentence or phrase, try using it, and for this you have to learn and practice writing. For learning new words and adding those to your vocabulary, we have compiled here a list of One Words in 20 tests for you. To view all these words in a list click here.

How to attempt test series or add the words in your vocabulary?

You may attempt or revise your self by reading words / sentence given in column number 1 and think over the One Word that can be used / substituted for these words. Then click the button "Show Answer" in column number 3. You will find that the One Word will be displayed in column number 4 of the given words / sentence in column number 1.

However, the best way to practice is to type the one word in column no. 2 of the given words /sentence of column no. 1. Then click the button " Show Answer" in column number 3 to view the answer.





Test Series Number - 13

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One who is new to a trade or profession

One who is not easily pleased

One who is out to subvert a government

One who is present everywhere

One who is qualifies for election

One who is quite like a woman

One who is recovering from illness

One who is unable to pay his debts

One who is unmarried

One who knows everything

One who knows many languages

One who lives in a foreign country

One who looks on the bright side of things

One who looks on the dark side of things

One who loves books




Please advise your kids for learning new words and adding to their vocabulary, do regularly read quality articles /newspapers, and while reading, they come across a new word, look up for its meaning in the dictionary /website and then try using it in sentences.

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