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Preparation Strategy for SSC-CGL 2020

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Harshit Verma Published on 15 February 2020

By using this strategy you will definitely crack the SSC CGL 2020


Since there is time for the announcement of the SSC CGL application form date 2020, you can spend this time to strategize and plan your SSC-CGL 2020 preparation accordingly.


Synonyms and Antonyms take a lot of time to prepare since there are a plethora of words; it can get very confusing and overwhelming after some time.


So, it is better to start earlier as it will be a lot easier to remember the words by the time the exam approaches.


Synonyms and antonyms can be considered as the most confusing topics in the English section for SSC-CGL.


They are very essential for upcoming SSC-CGL 2020 that why we will discuss both these topics in detail today


Antonym: Antonyms are words that have a meaning which is opposite to the meaning of the given the word or phrase.


For example, "good" is the antonym of "bad."


There are two types of antonyms-


1. Graded antonyms that provide shades of oppositeness rather than being the complete opposite,


For example, the antonyms of good can be bad, terrible, unsatisfactory, or poor.


2. Complementary antonyms are strongly paired. There is only one opposite for each word and does not provide a middle ground.


For example, yes-no, before-after, on-off, dead-alive, etc.

An antonym can also be made by adding a prefix — for example, able-unable, typical-atypical, likely-unlikely, etc.


Synonyms and antonyms are a great way to improve your vocabulary, too, since you get to learn multiple words by learning just a single word.


Don't forget to check the eligibility criteria as soon as SSC CGL 2020 form date is announced.

Till then, keep learning and keep practicing.