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  • in reply to: vocabulary in ielts exam from academic words list #72087
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    Thanks Admin, many many thanks for the info about Scientific America

    in reply to: VERB TENSE ON WRITEN 1 #72458
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    Could you please give an example ?

    in reply to: what did the teacher mean with thesaurus? #72070
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    Hi @aeadmin, I totally agree with you. Actually I tried to give a very straight answer , but you have used the term ‘advanced learners’ here which is more appropriate. Thanks a lot.

    in reply to: vocabulary in ielts exam from academic words list #72089
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    International English magazines and Readers Digest are very good to make solid vocabulary. And obviously implementation does matter..

    in reply to: what did the teacher mean with thesaurus? #72072
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    Thesaurus is a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms

    in reply to: vocabulary in ielts exam from academic words list #72091
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    Hi Khlood,

    Good to see your interest on vocabulary and making complex sentences. Regrading vocabulary I can suggest you to read newspaper as much as possible. Also, additionally Reader Digest magazine will help you a lot in building vocabulary. Go through the book from the very first page to last and especially you would notice that they concentrate on Vocabulary section where you can learn a lot.

    Regarding, complex sentence writing, newspaper reading is the best option but just a friendly reminder, complex sentence is not sweet to hear or read always. Write for your readers, so that they can read your write up and get satisfaction. English writing should be lucid with a flow. But yes, simultaneously I will also say that you have to have solid control over English in respect of making complex sentence too, because that will help you in making easier and simple sentence for your audience.

    Thanks
    John

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