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  • Improve your vocabulary

    Vocabulary is important. It helps us to understand and communicate better. words like onomatopoeia seem scary at first. But with daily usage vocabulary is built up soon and you start feeling confident in knowing words.

    Use free online word meaning websites to find meaning of any word. find meaning of words like abnegation, depair, concussion, parity etc. and start bulding your vocabulary today.

    other ways of bulding vocabulary are using offline methods. Using books like thesaurus is a good way to start. reading newspapers, magazines, are also helpful.

    So start building your vocabulary today!
    Last edited by prateekprat; 01-06-2021, 11:13 PM.

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