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What is the best study plan? I want to improve writing and vocaburary
Oct 28, 2012 11:49 AM
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See if you can set aside fifteen minutes each day to write something. Look up the words that you need, underline them, and then test yourself the next day to see if you can remember them. When you look up a word, have a look at the words around it - for example if you've found "Fish" write down fisherman, fishing line, fishing rod, fishing boat. That way your vocabulary will grow much more quickly.
October 28, 2012
A good writer has a good vocabulary — one that is both broad and deep — because a good vocabulary is essential to clarity, power, and precision. If you have a large stock of words, you can choose the most effective word. The more words you know, the easier your words will flow. Improving your vocabulary can come from incidental learning from context, direct learning, or a combination of these.The best incidental learning comes from reading good books and associating with people who have a good spoken vocabulary and written vocabulary. Direct techniques include looking in a dictionary for unfamiliar words. Another direct technique is to record definitions of new words in a notebook, which you review whenever you get spare time. You should try to learn at least one new word a day. These days, the quickest and easiest form of direct vocabulary learning is through vocabulary-building software
October 28, 2012
find someone to talk with or to write with, and have a conversation about every day topics. That way you increase the vocabulary of words you are likely to use. It is easier to learn when you can see a reason for why you should learn something
October 28, 2012
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Spanish
Learning Language
English, Spanish