Developing Your Vocabulary
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Developing Your Vocabulary by A. R. Price

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Published by William C Brown Pub .
Written in English

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ISBN 10069703805X
ISBN 109780697038050

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OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages 24 cm: Contents: Learn how to learn --Break learning elements into manageable parts --Link the unknown to the known --Get immediate feedback --Practice frequently --Reward yourself --Use the best tools available --Study the things you are most interested in first- have a reason for learning --Experiment with words- enjoy learning. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Witty, Paul, Developing your vocabulary. Chicago, Science Research Associates [©] (OCoLC) Why having a big English vocabulary is important. Building your vocabulary is one of the most important parts of learning a new language. In some ways, having a large vocabulary is more important than knowing the right grammar rules and word order.. Your extensive vocabulary allows you to be understandable, which is important if you’re in a situation where you’re in dire need of expressing Author: Brandon Harville. Learning Japanese Kanji Practice Book Volume 1: (JLPT Level N5 & AP Exam) The Quick and Easy Way to Learn the Basic Japanese Kanji Eriko Sato Ph.D. out 20 Captivating Short Stories To Learn German & Grow Your Vocabulary The Fun Way! (Easy German Stories) (German Edition) Lingo Mastery. out of 5 stars

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