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  1. Study IQ education 3 years ago

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  2. Dinesh Singh 3 years ago

    Thanks Sir

  3. Swati Singh 3 years ago

    Thanku for the analysis Sir

    VOCABULARY
    # Muse – a person who is source of inspiration for a creative art
    # Prolific – plentiful
    # Wisdom – quality of being wise
    # Disparaging – expressing the opinion of little worth
    # Exotic – originating in foreign country

  4. Khushboo Meshram 3 years ago

    Thank you so much sir🙂

    VOCABULARY

    Muse (Verb) — To think about something carefully for a long time
    EXAMPLE — I could get a better deal, she mused and finally left the shop.

    Prolific (Adj) — producing many fruits
    EXAMPLE — He was a prolific writer.

    Wisdom (Noun) — Quality of having knowledge
    EXAMPLE — Money cannot buy wisdom

    Plight (Noun) — very unfortunate situation
    EXAMPLE — No official turned to address the plight of poor farmers

    Disparaging (adj) — expressing negative opinion
    EXAMPLE — He disappointed the audience with his disparaging speech.

    Exotic (adj) — belonging to a foreign country
    EXAMPLE — She always dreamt of travelling to the exotic locations of Europe.

  5. Siba Bibhar 3 years ago

    #VOCAB

    1* Muse – चिंतन करना
    2* Prolific – बहुफलदायक
    3* Wisdom – ज्ञान
    4* Plight – दुर्दशा
    5* Disparaging – अपमानजनक
    6* Exotic – आकर्षक
    7* Lethargy – अकर्मण्यता
    8* Gestation – गरभाबधि (Pregnancy)
    9* Surrogacy – स्तनपान मातृत्व
    10* Paradoxical – बिरोधाभास पूर्ण

    NOTTO- National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization

  6. VOCABULARY
    1- MUSE – A Person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist
    2- PROLIFIC – Present in large numbers
    3- WISDOM – Knowledge, the quality of being wise
    4- PLIGHT – A Dangerous or unfortunate situation
    5- DISPARAGING – Expressing the opinion that something is of little worth
    6-EXOTIC – Attractive
    Thank you sir🙏

  7. Nivedita Pandey 3 years ago

    Good morning sir… Thank you for the explanation 😊.. And I always believe we can come out of any problem or situation when we put our efforts same applies for saving water. It's responsibility of every individual to save water and electricity… Jai hind

  8. Rahul Bhardwaj 3 years ago

    sir, nikala HAI , nhi , nikala THA , in june 2018
    NITI Aayog’s Report on Water Management
    ( Composite Water Management Index )..

  9. Surbhi Prakriti 3 years ago

    Thank You, Sir
    VOCAB:-
    1. Muse = inspiration, creative influence (verb, noun).
    Ex:- I began to muse on the possibility of starting my own business.

    2. Prolific = producing a great number or amount of something (adjective).
    Ex:- Javed Akhtar is probably the most prolific songwriter of his generation.

    3. Wisdom = the ability to use your knowledge and experience to make good decisions and judgments (noun).
    Ex:- I certainly hope to gain a little wisdom as I grow older.

    4. Plight = an unpleasant condition, especially a serious, sad, or difficult one (noun).
    Ex:- My problems aren’t much compared with the plight of the Rohingya refugees.

    5. Disparaging = criticizing someone, in a way that shows you do not respect or value them (adjective).
    Ex:- Political parties' leaders are always busy in disparaging each other.

    6. Exotic = unusual and exciting because of coming (or seeming to come) from far away, especially a tropical country (adjective).
    Ex:- I love exotic fruits.

  10. Hardik 3 3 years ago

    Thank you sir
    Today i feel Good after watching your Essay to Understand Analysis.
    GT:If you are not Conscious about your life you waste of time.
    Why Government need capital for PSB?What is Step Taken by Government for Control NPA?Examine Critically.

  11. Vivek Kumar 3 years ago

    Thanku sir for the lecture….
    Vocab….
    Muse. Think,mediate
    We should muse to groundwater.
    Prolific. Very beneficial
    Water recycling is prolific of us.
    Wisdom. intelligent

    Plight. V..oath,N.,serious condition
    Disparaging. Insulting
    Exotic. Attractive, extraordinary

  12. Prashant Gupta 3 years ago

    Vocab
    muse-each of nine goddesses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, who preside over the arts and sciences.
    or

    a person or personified force who is the source of inspiration for a creative artist.
    prolific-producing much fruit or foliage or many offspring.
    wisdom-the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgement; the quality of being wise.
    plight-a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation.
    disparaging-expressing the opinion that something is of little worth; derogatory.
    exotic-originating in or characteristic of a distant foreign country.

  13. archana mishra 3 years ago

    VOCABULARY
    1.MUSE: inspiration
    2.PROLIFIC: abundant , plentiful
    3.WISDOM:the quality of having experience, knowledge and good judgement
    4.PLIGHT:a difficult, dangerous situatio
    5.DISPARAGING:expressing the opinion that something is of little worth, derogatory
    6.EXOTIC:foreign , tropical

  14. Sneha Chinchawade 3 years ago

    Sir where is map based question and mcq

  15. DIBAS DEHURY 3 years ago

    Thank u sir

  16. ankit kumar 3 years ago

    Tell me
    Ias/PCs ka exam dene wale kitne log hai ic channel me,
    Reply

  17. ATUL MISHRA 3 years ago

    thank you sir

  18. Darshana Dhankute 3 years ago

    💠💠vocabulary💠💠
    Muse- inspiration, creative influence

    Prolific- Productive, creative

    Wisdom- the quality of being wise

    Plight- unfortunate situation

    Disparaging- expressing the opinion that something is of little worth

    Exotic- foreign, non-natives

  19. khiladi raghuwanshi 3 years ago

    Sir map based Q ? 😕

  20. harsh Singh 3 years ago

    VOCABS:

    • Muse – be absorbed in thought

    • Prolific – present in large quantities or producing large gains

    • Wisdom – knowledge

    • Plight – unfortunate situation

    • Disparaging – disregarding

    • Exotic – having foreign characteristics

  21. pc recent videos 3 years ago

    Thanx for uploading sir everyday

  22. Anshul Katoch 3 years ago

    Always forward! Mavani sir

  23. Lovenesh Bhati 3 years ago

    Sir apki batein behtrin h but recently government ne #WitnessProtectionBill-2018 pass hua h …..

  24. Abhishek Das 3 years ago

    Wish all the study iq family members Merry Christmas…
    Thank You Sir..
    Vocabulary-
    👉 Muse- Be absorbed in thought..
    👉 Prolific- Fruitful..
    👉 Wisdom- Knowledge..
    👉 Plight- Commitment..
    👉 Disparaging- Disgraceful..
    👉 Exotic- Strange thing..

  25. Vishal Rana 3 years ago

    1.Muse-विचार करना
    2.Prolific-उपजाऊ
    3.Wisdom-बुद्घिमानी
    4.Plight-वचन देना
    5.Disparaging-अपमानजनक
    6.Exotic-विदेशी

  26. MOHD HUSSAIN 3 years ago

    Merry Christmas in advance to study iq specially our dear sir Prashant Mavani.
    Thank you so much dear sir i am a very old listener of your analysis and it is really a very very beneficial for us keep continue this wonderful job.Sir it is humbly request to you sir please if possible timing of Hindu analysis will be extended further 10 to 15 minutes..

    Vocabulary.
    1 Muse..a person,or spirit that gives a writer,painter, musicians etc.ideas and the desire to create a things.
    2 Prolific..of an artist a writer etc. Producing many works..
    3 Wisdom..the ability to make sensible decisions and give good advice because of the experience and knowledge that you have.
    4 Plight.. difficult and sad situation.
    5 Disparaging..to suggest that somebody/something is not important or valuable.
    6 Exotic.. form or in other country , especially a tropical one seeming exciting and unusual because it is connected with foreign country..

  27. hemant sonare 3 years ago

    Vocabulary –

    1. Muse – To gaze thoughtfully

    2. Prolific – Producing fruit, offspring etc

    3. Wisdom – Accumulated knowledge, enlightenment

    4. Plight – A condition of extreme hardship

    5. Disparaging – Show disrespect for someone

    6. Exotic – Originating in a foreign country, having a strange

  28. vandana kumari 3 years ago

    Wah mja aa gya lecture Sun k

  29. Birendra Kumar 3 years ago

    More and more thanks

  30. The Third Eye 3 years ago

    what an explanation you do sir ….great video

  31. Sofia sheikh 3 years ago

    Muse-think carefully about something
    Prolific_producing a great no. Or amount of something
    Plight_difficult situation
    Disparaging-saying in a critical way
    Exotic-unusual or exciting because of comes from a different country

  32. Sachin Kumar 3 years ago

    Vocabulary:

    1. Muse – protector of art and culture

    e.g., Jack London followed his muse into the wild.

    2. Prolific – intellectually productive

    e.g., Flying foxes are extremely prolific.

    3. Wisdom – accumulated knowledge or erudition or enlightenment.

    e.g., Moral wisdom always admire.

    4. Plight – a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one

    e.g., She stood by her plight to her old friend.

    5. Disparaging – expressive of low opinion.

    e.g., He make a disparaging opinion.

    6. Exotic – strikingly strange or unusual

    e.g., Being or from or characterized of another place or part of the world.

  33. Rohit Verma 3 years ago

    Thank you very much sir

  34. hurt lucker 3 years ago

    Thank you sir…
    Cleaning our home

  35. Animesh Kumar 3 years ago

    Sir Please Provide Me 1Jan 2018 to Dec 2018, The Hinu ,paper

  36. Wilson Quraishi 3 years ago

    Can der be any other distinct water supply to household for domestic purposes?? I mean its obvious to use water which is available easily whether it's for drinking or washing car

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