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Vocabulary is needed to be understood and understand others. To widen your vocabulary, you can try the following tips.

How to Build Your Vocabulary

  1. For starers, if you're not an avid reader, you should start building that habit to widen and strengthen your vocabulary. The more you read, the more you'll come across words that are unfamiliar to you.
  2. While you can infer a word's meaning from the context it is in, it's better if you use a dictionary. Search those new words on the dictionary to learn their definition, as well as their synonyms, antonyms, and more.
  3. By this point, you've already found new words and you've researched what they mean. The next step is practicing your new vocabulary. To do that, you can write with regularity. As you do, make it a point to employ those words.
  4. If you want to kill two birds with one stone, talk to people. When you're listening to them, notice the words they use and how they use them. Appropriate any new words they teach you. Then, use the opportunity to practice your words when you talk.
  5. Last but not least, make your vocabulary building process fun with the help of some games. Gather with friends and family, and play a game of Scrabble or complete a crossword puzzle together. You'll have fun and you'll practice your vocabulary.

To build a stronger vocabulary, as well as enhanced reading and writing skills, enroll in one-to-one tutoring in Philadelphia PA. Call The Tutoring Center, Philadelphia PA at (215) 595-2121 to schedule a free diagnostic assessment.


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