Best Way To Improve Your Vocabulary -14

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Learning the dictionary made easy.

Word Stitch an effective way to learn the dictionary and improve your vocabulary

C————CLASSICISM.

N. ————NIMPHOMANIA

U. —————–XURIOUS-end

G. —————–GRADUATE

J. V.  -revision

W #095-Sentence

Copyright 2019 Courtney Devonish

When I am not creating these exercises, I am carving wood.

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  1. This episode 14 is another addition to raking up the dictionary at a go and I’m sure at one point we all will ve able to achieve the goal of stacking up our vocabulary and improve it well. I must say that you have shared some very helpful tips here concerning word stitches and though I have been following it diligently, I can only say thank you for sharing this with us. I have improved my proficiency in English by a mile. Thanka

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    1. Glad to hear that Roderick, exhibit your progress by organising competitions with friends and family and at social gatherings. All the best

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  2. Thanks for creating this awesome post. Our minds are an incredible resource and this is an excellent way to learn a new skill and to train your brain to really take your performance to the next level. I think it’s so important to keep challenging ourselves and to keep learning and you’ve given a great way that’s measurable here. If you don’t keep improving yourself it’s easy to get stake and with the amount of nonsense television programming that’s out there it could happen fast! Thanks again for this, I’m going to be sharing it and implementing it.

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    1. Happy you have taken up the challenge Judy, thanks for offering to share. Enjoy,

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing this post here and I’m really grateful that I have been following you well here on this website because you have been a source of blessing to me on my improvement in English vocabularies. I like the word stitches game that you have shared with us here and getting to this part 14 with you has not been easy but then, it is an exercise that is worth every bit of time spent on it so far. Thanks

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    1. Thank you Ramos, you have done well, put your  learning to the test with friends and family, have competitions with the various exercises. give give the letters and a set time to see who writes the most sentences or headlines.

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  4. Been following your letters all the way and this is another edition that i will definitely try. I think ts fine that you use the same header, new people will be able to understand the concept of what is done here. So, i will be back again with the feedback after trying the exercise.

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    1. Thanks Henderson, I wondered about that, I thought it was necessary for people who are seeing an exercise for the first time, plus absorbing too many pages at one go might no reap the same results. Have you followed in chronological order?

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  5. I must really say it this episode 14 is really nice, I really love anything that deals with vocabulary as it is something we all makes use of from time to time so it’s always good to work towards improving it and stocking up our vocabulary itself. It’s true that challenging ourselves and organizing competitions sometimes among our Loved ones will help a great deal in improving our proficiency. It’s very nice and thoughtful of you share this helpful tips. Thanks so much.

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    1. Family gatherings are always a good time to engage in party games; in the beginning my daughter organised an afternoon party with her cousins, it was a great success. Keep it up, have fun. 

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  6. It is very nice of you to share here another wonderful part of this word stitches. I have really enjoyed going through this one and i think the letter here are a bit less wordy in the dictionary. Unfortunately, my friend whom we play this game together has travelled abroad so i will be playing this alone. I will try to share this with him via email though. Nice one!

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    1. Hi John thats the beauty of the computer age. How do you rate you progress, and what exercise have you reached.? Enjoy.

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  7. Vocabulary development can be done in so many ways, and for me I tend to read new novels and books of various kind, and its been very helpful to me since I started. I have tried rearing through random words on the dictionary as well but its quite a difficult thing for me to engage in all the time. However from the sample of word stitch you have given here, it can be very useful for me as well. Thanks for sharing such helpful post.

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    1. Thank you Benson, If you follow the strategy you will discover how useful the exercises are for building your vocabulary. It takes the boredom out of reading the dictionary.

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  8. I do agree that proper planning is most important.  I also mainly used reading and conversation to improve my vocubulary and still do today.

    When I don’t know a word I either look it up in my old Webster’s dictionary or Google it.  I have never read the dictionary cover to cover.

    Word Stitch most defintiely provides a way to do it.  I do enjoy word games.  These are very helpful strategies and tips to improve anyone’s vocabulary in a conistent and fun  way.  Thanks so much for sharing this.

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation; it can be a fun game at family gatherings. Enjoy, Best wishes.

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