No, it is not. Only if the big vocabulary is used to try to show others you are better, otherwise it makes writing richer.
It depends on a couple things.
Where are you? Are you writing in a hub or blog, and to whom do you write? Is it to an audience of college graduates, or a mixed group? do you have a message which is meant to reach out to everyone, or is it a professional paper that is meant to engage a few phd's on the half life of a particular isotope. All this was said to make one point: when writing or conversing, match your words to your audience.
Probably, but I do it anyway because it makes me feel special. I try not to talk to people who I cannot learn anything from and a good way to gauge them is to toss out a couple of big words and see how they react. I love pretending to be smarter than everyone else. Why the hell else would I spend all that time reading by my fireplace wearing a monocle, drinking milk from a champagne glass?
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by kerryg6 years ago
Just took this interesting quiz and came out with an estimated vocabulary of 32,700 English words - a bit lower than I would have liked. Time to crack the books, I guess. What's your score?http://www.testyourvocab.com/
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