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    Words we all must know.

    Found a great book 233 pages long called "The 4000 English Words Essential for an Educated Vocabulary" here http://filesrightnow.com/file/0y662k brilliant for those whom are beginners or advanced in English.

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    #2

    Re: Words we all must know.

    I know a lot more than 4000 words.


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    Re: Words we all must know.

    I hope so.

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    Re: Words we all must know.

    Welcome to the forum, Joel.

    Please use the Edit Post feature to change 'whom' to 'who' in your post and click Save.

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    Re: Words we all must know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Harman View Post
    I found a great book. It's 233 pages long and it's called "The 4000 English Words Essential for an Educated Vocabulary". Here is the link: http://filesrightnow.com/file/0y662k. It's brilliant for those whom who are beginners or advanced in English.
    Welcome to the forum.

    I have left your link in place because it does not appear to lead to a paid site. However, it should be noted that Using English has no knowledge of this site or of its quality.

    Please note my corrections to your post above, in red. You should be aware that, even though you have described yourself as a "Student or Learner", many learners on this site will see that you are a native English speaker and assume that everything you post is grammatically correct. On that basis, please try to avoid as many mistakes as you can.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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