Improving your vocabulary is not a herculean task. With consistency and effort, one can easily pick up new words and put them to use in conversations. You can sail through the vocabulary section in the competitive exams by putting in effort to improve your word power.
Here is a way to help you score better in the verbal section. Check out the words for the day and a small quiz to push yourself to improve your word power.
Example: He got drunk and caused a fracas because they wouldn’t let him in.
Meaning: happening by chance rather than intention.
Example: The ball went into the goal by a fortuitous ricochet.
Example: The expedition was a foolhardy undertaking.
Take the test to understand how much you have understood.
Watch out for this space for your weekly update on improving word power.