Understand what you Read
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To be exact and correct.
For example: She was able to accurately count the numbers of mangoes in the box.
To speak in support of others.
For Example: He advocated for the land rights of the community living near the forests.
More than enough.
Example: There is ample food for lunch.
Members of the same family which lived way before us.
For Example: My ancestor might never imagined using mobile phones.
Any objects which have high value because it is very old.
For Example: In the museum, you will see a lot of antique objects.
Something which is done without having a reason.
For Example: A good judge should not make arbitrary decisions.
To put things in order or neatly.
For Example: Anil likes to arrange the books in order.
To test the ability or quality of something or someone.
For Example: Tamarind Tree students are assessed everyday.
To try completing something even if it may be difficult.
For Example: I attempted the question even though it was tough.
A piece of cloth tied around someone's head to cover the eyes.
For Example: For playing the game 'Pin the tail', we have to blindfold the player.