Vocab-ability, Introduction & Guide – A More Powerful Vocabulary (This post includes the Intro and Guide to the series)

in writing •  6 months ago
This post comprises both the "Introduction" and the "Guide to Entries" in the 'Vocab-ability' series.    

It also includes links to the 4 complete chapters, as well as a link to the Full Guide.  

      Guide to Entries – Right-Click Here for "Full Guide to Entries" 

      Chapter 1 (Stems) – Right-Click Here for “Stems”

      Chapter 2 (Prefixes) – Right-Click Here for “Prefixes”

      Chapter 3 (Suffixes) – Right-Click Here for “Suffixes”

      Chapter 4 (Numbers) – Right-Click Here for “Numbers”

     

       Right-Click Here for "Full Guide to Entries"

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English is my second language, this session of yours is gonna make my second language perfect.

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Great! That's primarily what it is intended to do.

As this post states, I originally compiled this material for my ESL students in Japan. For high-level students, it proved to a very useful resource.

I hope it makes your English perfect, and that it also helps many other Steemers whose second language is English.

Thanks for your comment. Good luck in your study!

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Very benifitial for people like me whose second language is English, I am very thankful to your ESL student of Japan.

Combining all the articles into one with links is a great idea. Already added to the bookmarks. Good luck to you and Love.

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That's a great idea, to bookmark these. That will make it so much easier to review them, and thereby to take full advantage of them.

Next week, I'll begin the daily "Vocab-ability 1x1" posts. Over the coming year or more, I will upload more than 370 of those "1x1" posts. So, it might be a good idea to make a separate folder for them, too.

If I remember, I'll make a note in one of my upcoming posts, advising others to bookmark these posts in a separate folder. If I forget, please remind me. I'd appreciate it if you can do so.

Cheers

English language is the most universal language in history, way more than the Latin of Julius Caesar. It's the most punderful language because its vocabulary has a certain critical mass that makes a lingo good for punning...
this series is gonna be fun to be connected with, the journey of vocab-ability

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Those first 2 sentences in your comment are a plagiarism of a quote by Richard Lederer. ( I'm referring to ... "English language is the most universal language in history, way more than the Latin of Julius Caesar. It's the most punderful language because its vocabulary has a certain critical mass that makes a lingo good for punning."

Plagiarism is a crime. And it's particularly frowned upon on Steemit. Do not plagiarize again ... in comments to my posts or anywhere else on Steemit.

It's inexcusable and reprehensible.

Great post very special for steemians like thanks for this great contribution.

thanks for sharing this post i like this i appreciate you on this great effort keep it and stay blessed.

Thats great clearing points you covered

Very enlightening, i enjoy reading your post, i indeed learn alot. Keep up the lectures, it improves on my spoken English. Anticipating more lessons.

very nice post

Yes, I am catching up and ready to practice ^^

Bookmark for reading!
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I find this post very educative its helpful honestly its beneficial to me. It helps me build up my vocabulary