Recommendation 1 from ‘The Telegraph’

Article Name:Imagine a life without meat, cheese or fish

By: Vicki Woods

Forsaking the village butcher is one thing, but going vegan brings a whole new challenge

Summary:

The article does make a point, right at the end, in the most round-about manner. The one thing you would learn from this article is what is a vegan diet. Overall, the article is very well written and fits the bill perfectly when it comes to reading for exams such as CAT. Its indirect language and examples with undertones form the perfect narrative for you as a reader. Try to guess the tone of the article.

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Learn Words from the article:

Bolshie: Emotionally charged terms used to refer to extreme radicals or revolutionaries
Forsaking: The act of giving something up
Abjured: Formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure

Recommendation 2 from ‘The Telegraph’

Article Name:Can a house embody evil?

By: Brian Masters

One must welcome the power of imagination to discern truth, while at the same time guarding against its tendency to reach false conclusions.

Summary:

Well, the incident being talked about in this article is truly gruesome and makes you think about the depravity of human beings, and the extents they would go to just to fulfill their own desires. The article in general introduces a number of points about things which are taboo, personal beliefs, religion and spirituality. All in all, this is the perfect read from the viewpoint of Reading Comprehensions.

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Learn Words from the article:

Embody: Represent in bodily form
Discern: Detect with the senses
Demolition: An event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
Purged: Make pure or free from sin or guilt/ Rid of impurities
Fathomless: Incomprehensible
Zombies: A dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force

Recommendation 3 from ‘The Guardian’

Article Name:Joining the struggle against sexism won’t make you less of a man

By: Jonathan Freedlan

From Twitter rape threats to lads’ mags, women are confronting misogyny – but until more men join them, the battle can’t be won

Summary:

Sexism, as a topic, has been under hot discussion in the last few decades and the same is the case right now. In fact, in this article, the author makes the point that men need to be engaged in the anti-sexist movement in a lot more significant manner & need to contribute a lot more. Interesting article, interesting writing style & informative read.

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Learn Words from the article:

Misogyny: Hatred of women
Domineering: Rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
Fret: Worry unnecessarily or excessively
Inadvertently: Without knowledge or intention
Outlandish: Grossly unconventional or unusual

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