VOCABULARY

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VOCABULARY : 

VOCABULARY ELTIF INDIA

WHAT? : 

WHAT? BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE LANGUAGE

TYPES OF VOCABULARY : 

TYPES OF VOCABULARY ACTIVE PASSIVE THROW AWAY EG: CUL DE SAC - A PASSAGE WITH ONE END CLOSED (CLASS X)

ACTIVE VOCABULARY : 

ACTIVE VOCABULARY WORDS WE USE FOR SPEAKING AND WRITING

PASSIVE VOABULARY : 

PASSIVE VOABULARY WE LISTEN TO THEM AND UNDERSTAND WE READ THEM AND UNDERSTAND

BUT : 

BUT IF YOU DO NOT BRING SOME OF THESE INTO OUR ACTIVE VOCABULARY, OUR COMMUNICATION WILL GRADUALLY BECOME INEFFECTIVE.

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY? : 

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY? USE THEM WHILE SPEAKING USE THEM WHILE WRITING READ MORE AND MORE LISTEN TO THE RADIO AND WATCH THE TV

VOCABULARY EXTENSION : 

VOCABULARY EXTENSION HAVE AN IDEA ABOUT THE BASIC WORDS USE SUFFIXES AND PREFIXES USE SYNONYMS USE ANTONYMS

SYNONYMS : 

SYNONYMS WORDS ALMOST EQUAL IN MEANING BOLD – COURAGEOUS, CONFIDENT HAPPY – PLEASANT, JOYFUL WALK – STROLL SKIP – AVOID

ANTONYMS : 

ANTONYMS BY ADDING A PREFIX – UN HAPPY BY ADDING A SUFFIX - THANKLESS INSTEAD OF CRUEL YOU CAN USE UNKIND BY USING NEW WORDS LOVE X HATE SLOW X FAST MOVING X STATIONARY (STILL)

BASIC WORDS : 

BASIC WORDS AUXILIARY VERBS PRONOUNS PREPOSITIONS CONJUNCTIONS ADJECTIVE ADVERBS

AFFIXES : 

AFFIXES PREFIXES SUFFIXES INFIXES (NOT IN ENGLISH)

PREFIXES : 

PREFIXES COURAGE ENCOURAGE HE HAS COURAGE. HE ENCOURAGED HIS CHILDREN IN THEIR STUDIES. DANGER ENDANGER DON’T PUT YOU INTO DANGER BY JUMPING IN TO THE WELL. DON’T ENDANGER YOUR LIFE BY WALKING THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD.

SUFFIXES : 

SUFFIXES ARRANGE ARRANGEMENT POPULATE POPULATION POLLUTE POLLUTION DIRT DIRTY

FIVE FORMS OF THE VERB : 

FIVE FORMS OF THE VERB BASE FORM WALK III PERSON SINGUALR WALKS PAST FORM WALKED PAST PARTICIPLE FORM WALKED PRESENT PARTICIPLE FORM WALKING

FORMATION OF PLURALS : 

FORMATION OF PLURALS CAT – CATS LORRY – LORRIES BENCH – BENCHES MANGO – MANGOES LEAF - LEAVES ROOF - ROOFS FOOT – FEET MOUSE – MICE OX – OXEN CHILD –CHILDREN KNIFE – KNIVES

PAST FORMATION : 

PAST FORMATION SMILE –SMILED PICK – PICKED TRY –TRIED CLAP –CLAPPED GO –WENT RIDE – RODE SLEEP -SLEPT

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