IELTS Success – Tip-2 is continuation of the series of tips for succeeding in IELTS. Aimed at IELTS aspirants, Sahasriya brings its man-years of IELTS coaching success and provides information in an easy to understand way. The first part of the series can be found here
English learners are taught to put words into the proper context as much as possible. You can learn to do this by reading frequently. The more words you are exposed to, the better your vocabulary will be. As you read, pay close attention to words you do not know and underline or highlight them with a marker. You should try to figure out their meanings from the supporting context. After this, look the words up in the dictionary. Sahasriya students discusses these with its trainers everyday (Advantage #1). Read and listen to challenging materials like the English language news so that you will be exposed to many new words. Once you have learned the new word, practice using it.
Using new words frequently will help you to learn to speak English fluently. Research shows that it takes from 10 to 20 repetitions to make a word part of your daily speech.
✓ Record expressions that can be used in a variety of academic contexts.
✓ Record phrases (rather than individual words) (Sahasriya’s initiation class focuses on this)
✓ Use a good monolingual dictionary to check proper word arrangement
✓ Avoid spending too much learning highly specialized words
✓ Record useful expressions related to these topics
✓ Practice talking and writing about them in English
✓ Use newspapers, magazines and news websites to learn more
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