anonymous
  • anonymous
can anyone suggest good novel to improve my vocab
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  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Read great expectations by Charles wingspanens .Worked in my case ,hope it will help you too !
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanqs
anonymous
  • anonymous
Old English books are the best when it comes to expanding my vocabulary. After reading Wuthering Heights, I felt soooo smart talking =]

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anonymous
  • anonymous
karthik initally take up reading books in simple english....if you are interested in novels or stories...go for chetan bhagat...every day news paper has lot of stuffs...i am learning new words everyday...try to make a practice with hindu or any magazines....
anonymous
  • anonymous
@ krithika Thumbs Up ! The Hindu's editorial is the best :) Five point someone was my initial novel too .
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read english comics whatever you like, and see the difference!
matthewrlee
  • matthewrlee
The Bible. It's not a novel but it is the foundation of modern English. Read the first two books then jump to Psalms and read on until Isaiah, then the New Testament.

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