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Vocabulary: Unlock Your Future

 


”Why do large vocabularies characterize executives and possibly outstanding men and women in their fields?”
asked Johnson O’Connor, who researched how talent and learning affect performance.

”The final answer seems to be that words are the instruments by means of which men and women grasp the thoughts of others and with which they do much of their own thinking. They are the tools of thought.”

Your success in most every area of life depends on your active vocabulary.

A limited English vocabulary causes you to struggle. A strong, confident vocabulary lets you understand, learn, and communicate well. Other people will respect and follow you more. You will be more successful in whatever you do.

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Don't feel discouraged if you are just starting to learn English or have struggled with English words all your life. You CAN reach a high level of competence without a lot of struggle.

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