How to Improve Your Vocabulary
It is important to have a wide range of vocabulary, so you can make the most of your speech. Avoid using very and other similar words. Using a good quality dictionary is much better than relying on Google Translate. You can also look up synonyms and different words in a thesaurus. Increasing your vocabulary is an essential skill for lifelong learning. You can also use the same technique to improve your writing.
The best way to improve your vocabulary is to speak and write the words you learn, but without using the word’very’. This is particularly important for learning new words, as it improves your accuracy in speaking. Instead of saying’very cold,’ say’very freezing’. It will help you to sound more knowledgeable when communicating with other people. And it will improve your speaking score as well.
As a beginner, you should make a habit of re-visiting your flashcards daily
This way, you can review new words while you’re waiting in line at Campus Health. Likewise, you can also use your flashcards while you’re on the bus or in a queue. As long as you use them on a regular basis, they will never leave your hand.
Try replacing “very” with another word. The same meaning can be conveyed with another word
For example, instead of saying VERY!, you could say’very’. In this way, you’ll avoid a backtracking and will avoid the need to repeat yourself. If you use’very’ a lot, you’ll find that other words have the same meaning.
If you notice yourself using “very!” a lot, it’s a bad habit to have. It doesn’t sound very professional, but it’s unprofessional. In fact, it’s simply an unprofessional term. In this case, “like” is the right word. It’s not like the person you’re talking to is a guru! He or she is a spiritual teacher.