An effective and fun way to learn English

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It’s every student’s nightmare, acing all technical sections in their aptitude tests and not getting selected because of the communication skills section. Let’s get real, we are all ESL learners which means our basic English knowledge is a little on the rocks.

Grammar, wordplay, spellings and meanings of words are only a few of the things that seem very difficult. But is there a fast and fool-proof fix to this problem?

Of course, there is! Campus Interaction (CI) brings to you a very effective and fun way of learning!

The online test section on CI has a section for English under which there are 30 subcategories to learn from.

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The following are the various sections

  • Antonyms
  • Change of speech
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Correct Sentence
  • Correct word
  • Grammar
  • Idioms and Phrases
  • Synonyms
  • Word formation
  • Letter series
  • One word substitution
  • Order of sentences
  • Word relationships
  • Prepositions
  • Series completion
  • Spellings
  • Ordering of words

Each of these sections has a particular number of questions that need to be answered before the timer stops.

This way it becomes easier for you to cope with giving timed answers.

Campus Interview

Campus Interview

There are levels that you can choose and work on such as ‘Basic’, ‘Intermediate’ and ‘Expert’. Although most of them are home to only one level, sections that are considerably more challenging like ‘correct sentence’, ‘correct word’ and ‘grammar’ have more than one level. Like you might have already guessed, each level has a different difficulty level. All the levels together constitute the 30 tests that you will complete.

Towards the end of each section, you are assured of learning a lot more and on the whole improvising on your second language.

CI online tests can most definitely help you while challenging your learning.

Enroll yourself today and try it for yourself!

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