Vocabulary For Fluency And Proficiency Amit Gaurav

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Vocabulary For Fluency And Proficiency  by  Amit Gaurav

Vocabulary For Fluency And Proficiency by Amit Gaurav
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When you read newspapers or listen to the news bulletins, you do not face any problems in understanding the stories.Your problems start when you try to narrate a story to others or when you attempt to write a good report. Right words don’t come toMoreWhen you read newspapers or listen to the news bulletins, you do not face any problems in understanding the stories.Your problems start when you try to narrate a story to others or when you attempt to write a good report.

Right words don’t come to your mind, although you know them. When you think hard to get them, your fluency or speed is adversely affected. You find your language lacking in suitable words and expressions.In other words, you can recognize words and understand them but your power to retrieve them is very limited. You understand properly when you read news articles, reflecting you have sufficient practical knowledge of English grammar- but you are constrained to adopt a ‘trial and error approach’ when you attempt to frame meaningful sentences.If you are experiencing these issues, you should look forward to this book.

The methodology and exercises given in this book, in nutshell, will help you speed up the retrieval process, consolidate your existing vocabulary and strengthen your overall English language skills. It is not just a book but a thorough courseware, which will deliver best results if developed as a regular hobby.[Please note, if you have not yet reached the stage where you can read and understand properly, you need not buy this book. The extensive practice exercises, consisting of high frequency word-groups regularly occurring in newspaper articles and similar writings, given in this book are designed for intermediate and advanced learners of English language aiming for TOEFL, GMAT, GRE, CAT etc.

However, the methodology adopted can be usefully followed by beginners also.]A child learns to speak and gains fluency in a language even before he learns to read or write. He does not learn the language by frequently looking up dictionaries or by reading grammar books, yet he learns the language at an amazing speed. In this, his entire environment is his language learning lab.

Every day he learns new words by actually using them.On the contrary and ironically, most people base their fluency development efforts on grammar books and dictionaries as core materials.Do good speakers really think of grammar rules when they speak? Knowledge of grammar is important but it should not come in the way of speaking.Do good speakers keep recalling synonyms or antonyms as they speak?

The answer is a definite ‘NO’.Fluency requires prompt retrieval of right words & expressions at the right time as you speak, instead of retrieval of rules of grammar or dictionary definitions of words. There has to be direct linkage between situations and expressions.Further, fluency demands a lot of creativity on your part. Imitating example sentences given in books limits your ability to express.

No book can ever cover your entire range of unique situations.Therefore, your fluency development exercise should not revolve around dictionaries and grammar books as primary materials. If you did that, it would only serve to obstruct your fluency.Hence, gain fluency the natural way:Focus on words, word-groups, sentence-fragments and connect them directly to real-life activities, situations, persons or feelings.Learn to join together words and word-groups.Do this regularly with an open mind.

Unleash your power of creativity.This book has been carefully prepared on these lines- and the methodology adopted is designed to provide final solution to most of your language-related worries.Doing a crossword puzzle helps you improve your word power- doing exercises given in the book will help you develop proficiency in English usage.



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