Civil Service Exam Reviewer in English Vocabulary Notes

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    Anna Alvarez
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    Hi! One my friends told me before that English vocabulary is part of the exam. It can be tricky for some since some words are not commonly used on a daily basis.

    Here are 10 additional words that can be reviewed by all of us:

    Persistent – Hard Working, Endures pain despite challenges
    Ex: Persistent workers are rewarded when they accomplish tasks.

    Benevolent – Kind, Charitable
    Ex: It’s too hard to find benevolent organizations amidst pandemic.

    Benign – Harmless (Medicine)
    Ex: Everyone wished for the diagnosis to be benign tumor.

    Bewildered – Confused, Perplexed
    Ex: Students are bewildered with the actions of the proctor.

    Candid – Truthful, Straightforward
    Ex: He’s been known to be candid in all his interviews.

    Debilitate – Delay, Hinder
    Ex: Do not forget about the issues that he made up to debilitate the process.

    Meticulous – Precise, Great Attention to detail
    Ex: Don’t you know that being meticulous can increase your critical thinking skills?

    Novelty – New, Original, Unusual
    Ex: When listeners find novelty in songs, they support and like to listen to it.

    Unprecedented – Never done, or known before
    Ex: Releasing of transparency report in budget is an unprecedented step.

    I hope this helps!

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