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When you read a book, do you stop yourself and look up for meanings of unknown words?


When you read a book, do you stop yourself and look up for meanings of unknown words in the dictionary or finish the book by relating the words in context or note down the new words, whose meanings you look up later. Which one do you think is better when you don't want to lose the joy of continued reading and also want to understand all the vocabulary?

 

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    Delilah (sassydee) 5 years ago

    a great way to build up your vocabulary

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    Sriparna 5 years ago

    Excellent to see so many answers and to learn about your ways of building vocabulary without losing the flow of reading. Thanks a lot!

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    Sriparna 5 years ago

    Thanks, all of you. Nice to know what you'll do, I do feel the same, it's important to know new words but sometimes I feel pausing takes away the fun of continued reading, so I ignore until later.

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