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‘supplant, insular, endeavour, reluctance, disburse, patronage’
Can you find out anything common in all these words? Certainly not. But when you are asked to frame a theme using all those words, will you say no? In that case, you are not a language lover, I am sorry, this site is not for you.
If you find any charm in the following paragraph on a theme called ‘FDI on domestic education’ using the above given words, definitely you can continue, the choice is yours.
‘The fear that foreign varsities would supplant domestic curricula and an academic tradition is unfounded. Such insular tendencies have no place in an increasingly globalised world, characterized by free flow of knowledge and collaborative academic endeavours. The main factor motivating opposition to foreign varsities is reluctance on the part of domestic varsities to pull up their socks and compete for students and faculty. This is directly linked to the unspoken policy of using educational institutions to disburse political patronage. It is, therefore, high time we had a shake-up.’ (courtesy: Times view).
A language grows by positioning words properly by pharses, collocations and accepted structures. Here, in the above paragraphs we have some great patterns like ‘insular tendencies, academic endeavours, globalised world, academic tradition, unspoken policy, political patronage’. Moreover, it is enriched by idiom like ‘pull up ones socks’, and phrasal verb like ‘shake up’.