Vocabulary.com says that it’s the “quickest, most intelligent way to improve your vocabulary”. I can’t say if that’s true, but I do think it’s a nice tool which can help you learn useful words. Go on, give it a try and tell me what you think about it!
Do the Merriam-Webster vocabulary test online and find out just how strong your vocabulary is.
You’re not happy with the results? Try learning five words a day on a regular basis. My motto? Practice won’t make you perfect, but it will make you better. 😉
In English we normally add an ‘s’ to a noun to make it plural. For example, you might have more than one television at home. Perhaps you have two or more televisions.
However, we normally use the word ‘vocabulary’ in the singular (and not ‘vocabularies’) when we mean ‘words’ and ‘phrases’.
For example: Reading newspapers and magazines can help you to pick up a lot of vocabulary.