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Learning English can be both funny and confusing. The language has various confusing oddities - homophones, homographs, homonyms, and inconsistent spellings are just a few - that make it difficult to learn and easy to misunderstand. In the previous edition of ‘Vocabulary Matters’ we discussed homonyms - each of two or more words having the
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One of the most beautiful aspects of the English language is the many different shades of meaning a single word can have. . One of the great pleasures of reading and writing is knowing when and how to employ the full gamut of word meanings. Now and then, I sit down with my almost-6-year-old “A”
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Vocabulary is defined as a body of familiar words within a person's language. Vocabulary is ever-changing and ever-growing; it can be enhanced by adopting habits such as reading, playing word games, and using a dictionary. Did you know that different knowledge domains, fields of study, professions and occupations have their own niche vocabulary? That’s right.
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Proper pronunciation is the icing on the cake when it comes to attaining mastery in the English language. No matter how much vocabulary one knows, the correct pronunciation is the last piece of the puzzle to being an effective, successful, and impressive communicator. Mispronunciation can damage not only communication but also one’s credibility. So, how
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“Talking and eloquence are not the same: to speak, and to speak well, are two things.” ~ Ben Jonson (English playwright and poet) From emails to news articles and Instagram captions to tweets, if there's an error in there, someone's going to notice it and worse, remark on it. Often, common writing errors are made
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