Who Confused Whom: A Practical Vocabulary Book with Pictures & Easy Memory Techniques to Eliminate Common Mistakes Kindle Edition
English vocabulary can be rather confusing and even native speakers can have a hard time juggling with words and their appropriate usage. From words that seem to mean the same but don’t (like marriage and wedding) to words that sound similar but have very different meanings (like principal and principle), there are many word pairs that are commonly confused, often resulting in embarrassment & awkwardness.
“Who Confused Whom” helps to eliminate such vocabulary confusions and mistakes by simplifying and presenting words in a manner that is easy to understand and remember. It compares more than 300 words in pairs and complements them with visual illustrations, which makes it easy to grasp word meanings and their usages. For each word pair that’s explored, you’ll find:
•Various meanings, parts of speech, synonyms and example sentences.
•Pictures/illustrations to form visual associations with words.
•Example of both words in a single scenario to further emphasize and clarify their meanings.
•Tips, tricks and mnemonics for better recollection and to remember the difference between the words.
There are several exercise sets at regular intervals to revise and test your understanding. The answers, with explanations, are presented at the end of the book.
This book is useful to both students and professionals to build their vocabulary and improve their verbal & written communication by avoiding common vocabulary mistakes. Further, it is a useful resource for many entrance and competitive examinations including ACT, SAT, TOEFL, CAT, GRE and GMAT.
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