Keep a Dictionary in your Pocket
Travel with a dictionary. What better way to improve vocabulary but with a dictionary on your side at all times. Plenty of bookstores sell dictionaries that are tiny and compact that allows you to keep them in a purse, a back pocket, or in your jacket. They are small and perhaps not all inclusive of vocabulary words, but they have most words that you find in daily life.
Having a travel dictionary means you can have a full arsenal of vocabulary words right at your fingertips. Avid readers use dictionaries as part of their study habits whenever a word is introduced to them. Looking up words in the dictionary that you see or hear will improve your vocabulary slowly.
Once you've learned a new word, it's time to practice using it. If you practice saying and writing the new words throughout the day, you'll start to remember its meaning and the new vocabulary word becomes a part of your common knowledge. You may even have someone asking you the meaning of the word.
Start by introducing the word into conversation where it fits. Make yourself comfortable with the new word and keep repeating it in different areas of your life. Next, use it in writing for emails, posts, or other forms of writing.
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