Thesaurus: The Best Tool for Building Your Vocabulary

Use a thesaurus to improve your speaking and writing skills at Language Link VietnamWhat if I told you there’s a tool that can expand your English vocabulary and improve your writing – and it’s 100% FREE? Would you be interested?

Well, there is such a tool, and it’s called a thesaurus. Learning to use a thesaurus is one of the best things you can do to develop your vocabulary and writing skills.

What A Thesaurus Can Do For You
A thesaurus can add style to your writing and make it more interesting to read. Consider this sentence:

I had a great vacation and did a lot of interesting things.

Is that an interesting sentence? No, not at all. But let’s put a few of these words into the thesaurus and see what comes up:

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An Introduction to Punctuation

Watch this humorous introduction to English punctuation. Learn the most important punctuation marks, and see how they can help improve your writing. Make sure you have your speakers turned on so you can hear the audio!

Download the PDF: Simple Rules for Effective Punctuation

Key Points

  • Punctuation marks give rhythm and meaning to text
  • Do you know the names of all the punctuation marks? Learn them in this video
  • Just a couple of punctuation differences can change the entire meaning of a text
  • Look at a passage and decide how to punctuate it effectively
  • What if punctuation marks had sounds? Watch James Bond save the day…with the help of punctuation!

What Do You Think?
Do you know how to use punctuation correctly? Do you have any advice to add, or questions you’d like to ask? Let us know in the comments section below!

Writing Is A Process

Improve your English writing skills at Language Link Vietnam!Writing is not easy. It takes study and practice to develop the skill. For both native and non-native English speakers, writing is a process. A piece of writing is never “complete.” It is always possible to improve it.

Whether you are writing an academic paper, business letter, or blog post, it may help you to break the writing process into five steps:

  1. Prewriting
  2. Writing
  3. Revising
  4. Editing
  5. Publishing

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