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    Thumbs down specific words..

    Respected,
    How its possible to make specific subjects and discussion type vocabulary?
    particular when we are practiceing conversaion.

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    Re: specific words..

    I am afraid that I don't understand the question. Could you give some more details?

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    Thumbs down Re: specific words..

    likewise weather forecast,illustration about linguistic,geography verbs etc.
    in any interpretation, when spoken English concern.
    How one can remove crisis of words and dicussion about its?
    Dont afraid sir i am pretty woman not ghost!
    Thanks.

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    Re: specific words..

    Are you asking how to increase your vocabulary in specific areas?

    The answer is to read. Read about the topics that interest you.

    If you are interested in the weather, read weather reports, but also read about what forces in nature create our weather.

    If you are interested in geography, you can read about many countries, paying attention to the parts of the articles that talk about the country's geography.

    Reading will show you how these words are used. Simply reading dictionaries or vocabulary lists won't show you how people actually use those words.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: specific words..

    Quote Originally Posted by minud View Post
    likewise weather forecast,illustration about linguistic,geography verbs etc.
    in any interpretation, when spoken English concern.
    How one can remove crisis of words and dicussion about its?
    Dont afraid sir i am pretty woman not ghost!
    Thanks.
    No doubt you are a pretty woman. But I think you are trying to run before you can walk. It seems that your priority at the moment should be to learn how to write a simple short sentence in understandable English. Are you studying any grammar at all? Reading also helps.

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