Become a Master Wordsmith: learn 250+ advance level words
Become a Master Wordsmith: learn 250+ advance level words, Learn higher level English words through Etymology and Themes! A must for students preparing for SAT, GRE and CAT.
Did you know that most words in English are borrowed (or stolen) from other languages like Greek, Latin and French?
This doesn’t just mean that some words look and sound similar to some foreign words (like connoisseur and ennui) but that the very idea or concept translates directly in small packets called roots. For example, the root “congn” comes from “cognos” meaning to ‘know’ – with this knowledge, the meanings of words such as ‘recognise’, ‘cognition’ and ‘incognito’ become quite easy to relate to. This helps you catalogue tough words into neat patterns, learn them contextually and recall them every single time. You will see numerous examples such as these and learn words through the process.
About the course:
The Advanced Vocabulary course covers over 400 high-impact advanced level English words. The course is designed to make learning words interesting and impactful through themes, root words, connotations and contexts of use. Additionally, the section-wise puzzles and concept-drills help you better apply the words you’ve learned and correct any misconceptions.
Who can benefit from the Advanced Vocabulary course?
Though this course was primarily designed to help students master GRE vocabulary, it is also appropriate for aspirants of GMAT, SAT, CAT, XAT, Bank PO exam etc… The course will gear you to face even the most challenging vocabulary based questions tested on such competitive exams.
This course is also appropriate for individuals who have a passion for words and want to expand their English vocabulary for use in academic, professional or social settings.
Contents of the Course
I. Over 300 High value words discussed through Etymology (root words).
II. Over 150 High frequency words discussed through word-families and themes.
III. Chapter-wise concept drills and quizzes to ensure that you have understood the words accurately and can recall them effectively from memory.