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4000 English Words! Download a free PDF Book of 4000 Essential English Words for an Educated Vocabulary. This book will help you to strengthen your English Vocabulary. These 4000 English vocabulary words are very important in your conversation and also it will help you to increase your knowledge of English Vocabulary. Download a free PDF Book of these 4000 Essential Vocabulary Words from the bottom of this page.
In this Book You Will learn:
- Word Analysis
- Idiom and Usage
- 200 Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
- Concise, Practical Definition
- Great for the SAT, GRE, and other Entrance exams
- All the words you need for success in business, School, and Life.
In this age of mass communication, people often know us only by the words we use–make sure you know the right words!
ABOUT THIS BOOK
1. The Words
In this section, you will learn 4000 English Vocabulary words from A to Z with their meanings, Synonyms, Antonyms, Prefixes, and Suffixes.
Every page content contains different kinds of Quizzes, you have to read and give or write the correct answer.
Here you can see the sample of this book that what and how you are going to learn these 4000 A to Z English Vocabulary words:
Aboriginal: Indigenous, native
Abound: Be plentiful
Abrupt: Ending suddenly
Abscess: Infected and inflamed tissue
Abscond: To run away (secretly)
|Beget: Produce, procreate
Begrudge: Resent, envy
Beguile: Deceive, seduce
Beholden: In debt, obliged
Belabor: Assail verbally, dwell on
Belated: Delayed, overdue
Beleaguer: Besiege belfry bell tower
Belie: Misrepresent, disprove
|Yarn: Story, tale
Yearn: Desire strongly
Yen’s: Desire, yearning
Yore: Long ago
|Zeal: Earnestness, passion
Zephyr: Gentle breeze
You will learn 4000+ English Vocabulary Words as given above. Download a free PDF Book of these Vocabulary Words from the bottom of this page.
2. Word Analysis
Word analysis (etymology) is the process of separating a word into its parts and then using the meanings of those parts to deduce the meaning of the original word. Take, for example, the word INTERMINABLE. It is made up of three parts: a prefix IN (not), a root TERMIN (stop), and a suffix ABLE (can do).
Word analysis is very effective in decoding the meaning of words. However, you must be careful in its application since words do not always have the same meaning as the sum of the meanings of their parts.
Analysis: IN (not); DE (thoroughly); FATIG (fatigue); ABLE (can do) Meaning: cannot be fatigued, tireless.
Analysis: CIRCUM (around); SPECT (to look)
Meaning: to look around, that is, to be cautious
After learning these word Analysis we will touch on the important topics in English that’s are Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots. We will learn some of the 300+ Example Words of these three Topics in English.
3. Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
After these above topics, we will learn the next topic Idiom & Usage.
4. Idiom & Usage
The field of grammar is huge and complex—tomes have been written on the subject. This complexity should be no surprise since grammar deals with the process of communication.
We will study six major categories:
- Pronoun Errors
- Subject-Verb Agreement
- Misplaced Modifiers
- Faulty Parallelism
- Faulty Verb Tense
- Faulty Idiom
Idioms and Usage:
Accept means “to agree to” or “to receive.” Except means “to
object to” or “to leave out.”
- We will accept (receive) your manuscript for review.
- No parking is allowed, except (leave out) on holidays.
When explaining something, the correct idiom is to account for:
- We had to account for all the missing money.
When receiving blame or credit, the correct idiom is account to:
- You will have to account to the state for your crimes
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