Rajeshkumar
  • Rajeshkumar
how can i come to know the new words in the English language
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Here is few techniques which i come across for new words.. 1. Subscribe for A word a day (AWAD) on your mail..http://wordsmith.org/awad/sub.html really good one... 2. Reading the news English news papers available in market like The Hindu, Especially go through Editorial columns make a note of all new words.. 3. Try get the material from TIME institute Vocabulary cards.. Regards, Lakshman
anonymous
  • anonymous
to know any language first youneed to listion it properly i mean to say is eventhough you watch moview concentrate on the vocabulory also and when some one uses a new word try to know about it use it some where and regular reading of newspaper particularly hindu and a..i.r news and surf b.b.c website regular you will easily learn vocabularly all the best
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can subscribe to online dictionary sites like urban dictionary or free dictionary...they have 'word of the day' on their sites...google it!

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matthewrlee
  • matthewrlee
Stay away from the Urban Dictionary. It is trash. Fill your mind with better words. Stay out of the gutter.

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