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Learning a Word a Day

on Tuesday, 22 August 2017. Posted in Doctor of Fitness

Is your vocabulary listless and worn out? Are your everyday words as bland and boring as yesterday’s meatloaf? Are you tired of explaining your same routine when you could be elucidating on your deportment?

Many studies have shown that a strong vocabulary is one of the most important factors in career advancement. If you’re looking to expand your vocabulary, and you have the time, you could simply heft a large dictionary and start at the beginning, looking up words from agastopia to zoanthropy as you go. But if you’re like most people (short on time and wary of hefting), there is an easier alternative.

It’s the One Word a Day plan. This plan not only lets you learn at your own pace, but lets you fully absorb the word’s meaning. With that greater understanding, you can make your vocabulary grow exponentially. And of course you’ll want to figure out how to incorporate the new words in your daily life.

One word a day may seem small, but it can add up pretty quickly, and won’t take up much of your time. These days you don’t even have to worry about that heavy dictionary. There are multiple websites that provide free word of the day services such as:

The One Word a Day plan is simple and easy to use. If you’re looking to bolster your vocational habilitation or you’re just tired of trying to appear magnanimous when your friend once again trounces you at Scrabble, check it out.

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