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Advantages of using your own sets of Vocabularies to Write Articles.

Updated on December 26, 2013

Remember that, one doesn't necessarily have to know the meaning of every single keyword related to a particular topic before you can write about them. One of the ways to write an original content is to use your own words and vocabularies to write your contents. You get to express yourself clearly with words familiar to you and your readers so the readers are able to see things from the your own point of view


Substituting some keywords/technical words with your own set of vocabularies makes you sound original in your scripts as well as makes your content interesting to read. This helps readers to notice or sense a confident voice and personality behind the piece of writing. Also when you make use of your own words when writing an article, it becomes a lot easier when arranging ideas that have occurred to you in your words.

By making use of your own set of vocabularies the writer in a way allows his personality to show or reveal itself in the writing so the reader can interact with his mind. You can therefore make your articles original by being a spontaneous writer- that is write whenever you feel like writing or when you have something to say. Write when an idea occurs to you or a particular feeling that you want to put down in words. You would be able to come with your own sets of vocabularies.

Be creative and invent new words and metaphors that fit into your context and or contents. You will be able to come up with more of such naturally, as you write more and become experienced. Moreover, you get to develop or develop your skills as a writer.

Rewriting a particular content, for most professional writers means bringing a new relationship between keywords and technical words to give the whole idea a new feel to readers. When rewriting the content, your main aim should be to give the content a new meaning and appeal for already discussed item or idea that you also wish to discuss in your content .You could add a professional touch or yourself to already written contents when you use your own sets of vocabularies. You will first of all need to read the topic and using your powers of conception (as a writer) and put your signature to the content by using words or vocabularies that you are familiar with and know it's usage very well .

It's one of the best ways to avoid plagiarism but at the same time publish interesting materials for your target readers. It makes your content interesting to read. When there is an interesting article that you would also love to write about and publish for your target readers or something that you feel your target readers would enjoy reading, the best thing to do is to rewrite the content using your own words to describe the ideas from your own point of view. By avoiding plagiarism this way, you will still get to maintain your credibility as a professional writer and also publish interesting articles for your fans to read.

Skillfully alter the position of keywords within the original content to give them a new feel and meaning. Try to define and redefine technical words with your own vocabularies. For words perhaps keywords that you don’t know about much or not really good with its usage you could just try and use your own words- or related basic words- to define the particular technical word. This will even make your article simple and easy to understand. Don’t try to know or use all the technical words related to a particular topic.

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