Effectively Build Up Your Vocabulary

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Effectively Build Up Your Vocabulary:

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English language skills are not built overnight but come with years of interest and practice. That said everyone is not inclined to learn languages equally. OPUS works with you to support your efforts to pick up English skills as you aspire to clear the entrance to these professional courses. Vocabulary areas largely include questions like filling in the appropriate word or close test, spelling checks, synonyms, antonyms, foreign language words and analogies. There are a few time-tested ways of building English language vocabulary skills, which any one can follow easily. :

English language skills are not built overnight but come with years of interest and practice. That said everyone is not inclined to learn languages equally. OPUS works with you to support your efforts to pick up English skills as you aspire to clear the entrance to these professional courses. Vocabulary areas largely include questions like filling in the appropriate word or close test, spelling checks, synonyms, antonyms, foreign language words and analogies. There are a few time-tested ways of building English language vocabulary skills, which any one can follow easily. www.theopusway.com

The stepping stone to building English language skills ahead of the competitive examinations is reading. If you are not someone who is naturally inclined to reading, start with reading newspapers every day. read the newspaper’s editorial page for sure. The editorial pages provide opinion pieces and are usually written in impeccable English, thus helping you with sharpening your vocabulary. Reading these pieces will help you get a broader perspective while improving your language skills. Devote a focused 30 to 45 minutes every day to reading. Include books, journals, and periodicals as well to your daily reading list. More importantly, read what you like. That will ensure your vocabulary naturally stays with you because whatever you learn with interest will be yours for keeping. :

The stepping stone to building English language skills ahead of the competitive examinations is reading. If you are not someone who is naturally inclined to reading, start with reading newspapers every day. read the newspaper’s editorial page for sure. The editorial pages provide opinion pieces and are usually written in impeccable English, thus helping you with sharpening your vocabulary. Reading these pieces will help you get a broader perspective while improving your language skills. Devote a focused 30 to 45 minutes every day to reading. Include books, journals, and periodicals as well to your daily reading list. More importantly, read what you like. That will ensure your vocabulary naturally stays with you because whatever you learn with interest will be yours for keeping. www.theopusway.com 1. Reading

2. Grammar :

2. Grammar www.theopusway.com While it is important to improve reading skills to pick up vocabulary, work on understanding the passages and context of the sentences. Pay a keen attention to grammar. While Wren and Martin grammar books are considered to be Bible by many, you can also combine it with solving previous years’ question papers. Reading comprehensions Cloze test Sentence rearrangement Fill in the blanks Error spotting Phrase replacement Passage summary Spellings test Foreign language words English vocabulary for questions on synonyms, antonyms, idioms, etc. For the competitive exams, especially for CLAT, the English section is usually divided into:

3. Foreign language words :

3 . Foreign language words www.theopusway.com Many terms in the legal parlance as well in common English usage are words and phrases that have been adopted from other European languages. But now they are part and parcel of the English dictionary although many of them retain their original spelling and pronunciation . Alibi – At another place, elsewhere. Amicus curiae – A friend of the Court. Prima facie – on a first view. Pro bono  - done without charge in the public interest. Pro rata   -according to the rate. Quid pro quo   -Consideration; something for something Sine qua non – an indispensable condition Status quo   -the existing state of affairs Sample of Foreign Language Words

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Online you will find a whole lot of audio books . Find time to listen in and improve your overall comprehension of English. And added to that you always have the tried-and-tested ways of OPUS helping you score highly in the English vocabulary sections of all the competitive exams like  CLAT, AILET, LSAT, SAT or entrances to premier design institutes like NID, NIFT as well as GRE and GMAT. www.theopusway.com

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