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Tips to Enrich your Vocabulary

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Lekshmi (Chartered Accountant) (1255 Points)
Replied 24 March 2011


Thanks for all the comments!!!

I never expected this!!!!

Will try to achieve excellence in further posts!!!

Once again, thanks for the support and suugestions!!!! :)

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Sunshine (Helping All) (10575 Points)
Replied 24 March 2011

Dear this is one of the best and most useful articles one can scribble...your ability to convert thoughts into words is praiseworthy....great going...keep writing such things fr us...thanxxxxxxxxxxx

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Anaya Kulkarni (Student) (66 Points)
Replied 25 March 2011

A little off beat, but if English speaking is one of your fears, then the best way to go about dealing with it is to 'think' in english and then 'speak' in engish. If you 'think' in your first language (mother tongue) then then translate those sentences to English, the 'subject-verb-object' placement goes haywire and your sentences can go from incomprehensible to misleading ;)

I however loved the article! Beautiful start, To the point, and crisp!

I'd love to read more from you, Lekshmi :)

Lekshmi (Chartered Accountant) (1255 Points)
Replied 25 March 2011


Thanks for the comments. :)
Will return with more substance once the exam season is over!!!
So long...

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Ramdarash Prajapati (Manager-Accounts) (29 Points)
Replied 26 March 2011

Thanks. Very good article.

CA Yamini (CA) (981 Points)
Replied 08 April 2011

Originally posted by : Sagar

Nice article

Shweta Singh (IPCC GRP 2) (50 Points)
Replied 31 May 2011

Cool it really works as far as my cognizance goes i think by enriched vocab one can score more marks as well it serves as boon while facing interviews .

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