Every day a knowing about a word and the meaning of the same will assist to build up our vocabulary. Knowing about 6000words is a real success in life. Committing yourselves and making it big success depends on you. read more
Every day, people search for the secrets to improving vocabulary. But remember, vocabulary is just a bunch of words. You can learn vocabulary on your own. Here's how. read more
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The best way to learn vocabulary is keep reading. Read all books and English news papers. Note down new words in your mobile and check their meaning on dictionary later when you get time. And spend some time to check later whether you remember those meanings. If not check the meaning again. Keep adding new words and create your own vocabulary collection in your mobile. You can use dictionary.com for checking meaning. And there is barrons vocabulary book which will be a great help.
Practice learning a new word or a few words a day, or better yet pick up some interesting books to read each day. Believe you me your vocabulary will improve drastically for the better.
The single best thing to do in attempting to improve your vocabulary and speaking skills is to read. Read a book, a newspaper, a magazine, read anything of your own choosing.
When you come across an unfamiliar word, consult a dictionary. It can... read more
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