Dogar MDCAT English Vocabulary 2022 pdf download

Dogar MDCAT English vocabulary practice book 2022-2023. UHS MDCAT English vocabulary by Unique Dogar brothers download in pdf now. Want to learn more English words so you can do better on the MDCAT? The Dogar MDCAT English Vocabulary Book 2022 is what you need. Also, download PMC MDCAT 2022 Sample paper

This complete study guide has definitions, examples, and practice questions for all the words and phrases you need to know to do well on the test. Plus, it’s been updated for the 2022-2023 test cycle, so you can be sure you’re getting the most up-to-date information. So why hold out? Get your copy right now!

Dogar MDCAT English Essential Vocab

Here is the latest edition of MDCAT English vocabulary 2022-2023 by Dogars Unique brothers publishers. All vocabulary is written for all kinds of entrance test examinations. It will help you in the preparation for NUMS, UHS, NTS, and Giki entrance examinations. Also, download MDCAT Analytical Reasoning notes

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MDCAT ENGLISH VOCAB SAMPLE

The writer has presented _ of the most stupid characters in a serious manner. (a)cartographer

(b) catacombs

(c) capital

(d) caricature

They explored the _ looking for evidence about buried customs of that ancient society.
(a)cachet
(b) cay
(c) catacombs
(d) chastise
He hopes they will sponsor the poetry went, but he hasn’t____ subject with them yet.
(a)battered
(b) broached
(c) bequeathed
(d) bray

VOCABULARY Examples

1. (a) Look outside. The sky is getting very dark.

(b) Look outside. The sky is getting very dark.

(c) Look outside. The sky is getting very dark.

(d) Look the outside. The sky is getting very dark.

Vocab Example 1:

2. (a) The boy in white was shot in the leg.

(b) The boy in white was shot in the leg.

(c) A boy in the white was shot in the leg.

(d) Boy in white was shot in the leg.

Example 2 MDCAT Vocabulary:

3. (a) I bought one and a half kilos of apples.

(b) I bought one and a half kilos of apples.

(d) I bought one and a half kilos of apples.

4. (a) A whale is in danger of becoming extinct.

(b) Whale is in danger of becoming extinct.

(c) A whale is in danger of becoming extinct.

(d) The whale is in danger of becoming extinct.

5. (a) Death of a Prime Minister left his party without a leader.

(b) A death of the Prime Minister left his party without a leader.

(c) The death of the Prime Minister left his party without a leader.

(d) Death of the Prime Minister left his party without a leader.

6. (a) There are two textbooks for the course. Neither book is expensive.

(b) There are two textbooks for the course. No books are expensive.

(c) There are two textbooks for the course. Every book is expensive.

(d) There are two textbooks for the course. Neither book is expensive.

English Vocab Example 3:

7. (a) You may not borrow either of the books.

(b) You may not borrow either of the books.

(d) You may not borrow either of the books.

8. (a) All my friends were ready to help me.

(b) All my friends were ready to help me.

(c) My all friends were ready to help me.

(d) My all friend was ready to help me.

9. (a) Man who is standing by the main gate is the doctor.

(b) A man who is standing by the main gate is a doctor.

(d) The man who is standing by the main gate is a doctor.

10. (a) I usually have lunch at a school.

(b) I usually have lunch at school.

(c) I usually have lunch at the school.

(d) I usually have lunch at school.

We hope you will find this material helpful in mdcat English preparation. You can also download mdcat English Book by Kips. If you are looking for unsolved practice MCQs then visit this blog.

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