How to Build a Strong Vocab! Magical Book (A to Z)
Why Is This Book So Magical?
This book is really magical in building a strong vocabulary. It is not a hyperbole. Author has spent thousands of hours to write this book. Many times, it has taken him hours together to visualize the suitable word or phrase to be connected with the word to make it easy to be added in your word power @ One Word per Minute.
Let us learn the magic of remembering any word permanently!
Take the word Sine qua non. This word falls at a very high level of difficulty. Let us bring it down to level 0.
Step-1: Write down the word.
Word: Sine qua non (noun)
Step-2: Know its pronunciation. Si-ni-kwa-non
Step-3: Find out its meaning.
Meaning: something very essential
Step-4: Think of a similar sounding word or phrase.
Similar sounding word or phrase: SIM in a mobile phone
Step-5: Connect SIM in a mobile phone with sine qua non.
Think of a mobile phone without a SIM
in it. Will it work? It will not work.
It is very essential (sine qua non) to have a SIM in a mobile phone.
SIM in a mobile phone is sine qua non.
Step-6: Prepare a workbook.
Q) What is sine qua non in a mobile phone?
A) SIM in a mobile phone is sine qua non.
Fill in the blanks:
What is ………………………… in a mobile phone?
…………………………………… is sine qua non.
Let us look at another word of very high difficulty level!
Word: Gerrymander (verb)
Meaning: to divide a voting area to gain an unfair advantage
Similar sounding phrase: great blunder
Connect great blunder with gerrymander.
The ruling party divided a voting area (gerrymander) on the racial basis for taking undue advantage during elections.
Before elections, racial violence started. An emergency had to be imposed to deal with the situation.
It was a great blunder to gerrymander the voting area.
Q) What was the great blunder?
A) It was a great blunder to gerrymander the voting area.
Fill in the blanks:
What was the...............?
It was a great blunder to......................... the voting area.
Lo and behold, the word is yours! How magical it is!
There are hundreds of such hardest words in this book you will learn here @ One Word per Minute.
Apocalypse, Aggressor, Agog, Ambidextrous, Accompaniment, Abasement, Benighted, Benevolent, Bereft, Bereavement, Beanpole, Conciliatory, Chagrin, Crapulence, Comme il faut, Countenance, Circumspection, Clandestine, Chiasmus, Chicanery, Consternation, Demagogue, Diaphanous, Desultory, Defenestration, Disparagingly, Deplorable, Edification, Exacerbate, Encomium, Fungible, Forestall, Fusillade, Flagrant, Folie a deux, Grudge, Glabrous, Glutton, Gerrymander, Grandiose, Gauche Hinder, Haphazard, Herculean, Hotchpotch, Indelible, Implore, Jocular, Junket, Jeopardy, Jettison, Jejune, Kleptomania, Kudo, Killjoy, Lyceum, Limpid, Lagniappe, Lecherous, Lexicalize, Lackadaisical, Linchpin, Lassitude, Laceration, Modus operandi, Martinet, Nebbish, New-fangled, Nom de guerre, Onerous, Obloquy, Opportune, Perceptible, Pedagogue, Presumptuous, Pretentious, Quintessence, Quisling, Quarantine, Quandary, Ruffian, Reprimand, Raconteur, Sangfroid, Schadenfreude, Scavenger, Slapdash, Skulduggery, Sine qua non, Tantalize, Uxorious, Ulterior, Volte-face, Vulnerable, Verbalize, Wanton, Waggish, Xenophobia, Xenagogue, Xanthippe, Yeoman, Yoke, Yokel, Zap, Ziggurat.
Wishing you all the best in your endeavour to have a great vocabulary.