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true or false and why ? Reading the newspaper can help build your vocabulary and reading comprehension.

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    True. One of the best ways to improve and build your vocabulary is to read. Reading habit will help to improve your vocabulary in days. Reading newspaper, novels or other magazines can help build up your vocabulary. Reading is the only source where you come across so many words Which you have not heard before. The best way is to note down those words on a notebook and afterwards look out for there meanings in the dictionary. Concentrate on the usage of the word and try to use them in your daily life. Using this in ways will help you to make those words part of your regular vocabulary. Reading will not only improve your newspaper English, but then it helps you to understand the sentence structure and the usage of the word in Particular situations. Newspapers articles are written with best English writing and composition, so that can be of great help.

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