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How to acquire a robust vocabulary?

You may say if there are books which can help us improve our vocabulary in just 30 days then why read other things? Yes, I don't say that they won't help but in just 30 days or so? I doubt. And moreover, creativity and usefulness may not be the concern of those types of books. Therefore, even if you learn some new words you won't be able to remember them forever or use them on your own.

However, if you continuously work hard, in a systematic way, to read, write speak and understand others' say then you don't have to worry about your vocabulary. You will certainly have to work very hard to succeed in achieving a good vocabulary and it will also take quite a lot of time to see improvement in this matter. However, success can be guaranteed and you will be more creative and you won't forget the words you learn because you make them your assets. Therefore, I suggest you to make a flexible plan for a longer period of time such as a year to work out. You shouldn't forget that regularity is very important in this matter and you shouldn't be too ambitious because developing vocabulary takes time: it really tests your patience. It is this patience and the regularity that you should succeed on. Therefore, if you approach your aim through reading and writing both regularly and patiently you will definitely acquire a robust vocabulary.

What's the point of knowing the new words if you don't use them to learn new things? If you want to use new words regularly then what is the point in hurrying to acquire a good vocabulary within some 30 days, which is not going to happen as you may expect. However, through regular reading and writing you will ultimately achieve both of your objectives: first, to learn new things and then, to get a superb vocabulary and never forget it. However, you should know how to read and what to read first. After that you will learn to gain good vocabulary by reading the books or articles that you like and putting some effort into writing will make sure that you have achieved better vocabulary permanently!


  1. i request u donot post it on the net plzzzz sir.... can u provide me an essay on euthanasia? plzz

  2. Euthanasia is a greek word meaning 'good death'.Its a practice of killing someone intentionally in order to relieve pain and suffering.Euthanasia is categorized in different ways; voluntary euthanasia,non-voluntary euthanasia and involuntary euthanasia.Voluntary euthanasia is legal in countries like Luxembourg,Netherlands and Belgium.Voluntary euthanasia is conducted with the consent of the patient while non-voluntary euthanasia is conducted where patient's consent is unavailable.Involuntary euthanasia is conducted against the will of the patient,its considered as murder.Voluntary,non-voluntary and involuntary euthanasia is further divided into active and passive. Active euthanasia is when patient's life-support machines are switched off and by administering lethal injection.On the other side,passive euthanasia is assisted by withholding common treatment and antibiotics necessary for continuance of life.Many people support euthanasia but i completely oppose it.Human life is sacred and is a gift of God.People in the favour of euthanasia usually are of the opinion that it can relieve pressure on scarce medical resources but they forget that human life is basic good as opposed to instrumental goods.Also,it is the utmost duty of a doctor to save his/her patient's life and that is what they oath when becoming doctors,killing someone will be completely against their oath.Euthanasia weakens society's respect for the sancity of life.Allowing euthanasia will discourage the search for new cures and treatment.


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