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  • FOR ONE TURN OF CAP LOCK AND POST IN PROPER CATEGORY!!! TH3N I LEARN U INGLISH!!!
  • I assume you mean vocabulary, and if so, you can do so by making it a point to learn a new word every day and using it in conversation. Scan through the dictionary and find a new word, learn the pronunciation and meaning, then look for opportunities to use it in conversation. Also, invest in a Thesaurus. Use it to look up synonyms for the words you currently over-use.
  • First step is being conscious of things like spelling. Aside from that, I think the best way is to just read read read as much as possible. When you come across a word you're not familiar with, use the context of the sentence to try and figure it out, or look it up if necessary. Speaking of context, please make sure you post questions in the proper category in the future.
  • http://www.freerice.com/index.php You can build your vocabulary and donate rice at the same time. =)
  • you can improve your vacublary by reading english books and novels.you can also improve your vacublary by seeing english movies,reading english newspaper,and listing english news.for improving english vacublary,try to learn 20 to 30 words daily and use those words in your routine.
  • There's a series of books by The Princeton Guide which give you the most checked vocabulary words on the SAT in order of frequency used. They should prove helpful.
  • Read a dictionary, or when you are writing something in Microsoft Word, pick random words to use in a thesaraus
  • You might check out the CliffNotes website, and sign up to receive their free weekly newsletters...there is one specifically for vocabulary, and the entire site is awesome with lots of helpful information on other subjects as well. Here's the link: http://www.cliffsnotes.com/WileyCDA/
  • Use answerbag, this is my favorite.
  • Hello sadorbekus. The first tip I can give you is to read anything and everything. Have a dictionary to hand at all times so that you can look up words that you are not familiar with. The better the quality of reading material, the wider the range of vocabulary you will be exposed to. However, if you are limited for time, try reading the daily news from a reputable news organisation website or newspaper such as Reuters or BBC or your regional broadsheet newspaper. If you have a specific area of interest, be it photography, popular science, gardening etc. Then I would also advise you to subscribe to a regular publication for your chosen area of interest and read it regularly. I also recommend you register for this free word of the day email from dictionary.com. You can try writing your own sentence each day to include the word of the day, which will help you to remember it. http://dictionary.reference.com/wordoftheday/ For a personal tip, have a dictionary/thesaurus to hand so that you can check your spellings/meanings of words before you publish them on-line or via e-mail or when utilising other methods of correspondence too. This is an invaluable method for testing your improved vocabulary. Kind regards.
  • Learn english
  • Read. Its as simple as that.
  • You already have. Vacublary is a word that didn't even exist till you made it up
  • Dismiss the order of sentence strcuture.
  • Go to Freerice.com and learn while you do some good in this world!
  • LEARN TO SPELL!
  • Listen to plays
  • read a book
  • Read. When you see a word that you don't understand, go to http://www.merriam-webster.com/netdict.htm or Google.
  • Sign up for a free "Word a Day" by email from Oxford Dictionaries. http://www.askoxford.com/contactus/wotd/?view=uk
  • Learn how to spell "Vocabulary"
  • You can read new words daily in the dictionary, find the meaning and then use them periodically through out the day ! Here is one to get you started ! adduce uh-DOOS; -DYOOS, verb: to offer as a reason in support of an argument; bring up as an example; give as proof or evidence; cite
  • By learning to spell.
  • Start with the 2 syllable words, then work your way up to words like "vocabulary", which have 5.
  • Why is this question in the US Civil War category? 1st step to improving your vocabulary - Get out of the history section, and look for the grammar isle. 2nd, visit this site: http://www.vocabulary.com/
  • 1) Look up words you don't know how to spell before putting them on a public (international) website. 2) Don't type in all caps. 3) Actually learn to search for categories before posting questions. 4) When you see a word you don't know how to spell, pronounce, or what it means, look it up. Learn Google's define:<word> function, and/or look things up on Wikipedia.
  • Don't be embrassed to ask what does a word mean.
  • read a few words from the dictionary everyday. & don't just read it, try to embed it into your brain.
  • first it's spelled "vocabulary" try taking the word apart (structural analysis) to determine the meaning or use context clues. :)
  • read a dictionary. I am not kidding. I actually do it when I'm really bored. I was in competitive speech, and when I did impromtu rounds, my vocabulary gave me a HUGE advantage. It might sound boring... but, do it anyway.
  • Easy peasy. Pick up the reading habit. Ta da!
  • Read the Classiscs like Great Expectations, Catch 22, A Tale of Two Cities. and the read a couple of EW magazines to balance it out!
  • Read....
  • go back to school and honestly i tried reading the dictionary in study hall everyday if i didn't have homework and i just started recently but im not far at all im a 7th grader im not easiily interestined in anything
  • GO 2 SKOOL N GET U SUM BOOK LEARNINS
  • Go to the mountain of Kaflak, speak to the guru on the highest peak. He will grant you one wish. Wish for better vocabulary. He will then give you a briefcase which contains FBI papers of notoriuos men. Assassinate them all, return to the guru, and your wish will then be fulfilled.

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