BEST WORDS FOR STARTING TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Words are all that make any language or conversation….. when we have ourselves enriched with valuable, simple words then our confidence level for Speaking English will boost up significantly….
So let’s indulge more in learning those words…..
This kind of listing out of important and commonly used words can help you to creatively learn more vocabulary….. rapidly too…..
“minimum” means the lowest amount or the least possible amount….
The minimum wage for the construction workers is $100.
I heated the milk at the minimum temperature for a couple of minutes.
“rare” means very uncommon or unusual….
That was a very rare breed of fish.
It was so rare to see her at the college canteen.
“typical” means usual….. of a kind…. specific…
She is a typical character.
He is used to eating a typical type of fish.
“scarce” means very little or less in quantity…. rare…..
The food was scarce.
She spent a very scarce amount for her wedding.
“contribute” means to give
She has contributed a lot for the symposium.
I would like to contribute to the old age home.
“often” means again and again or repeatedly….
I quite often have food at that restaurant.
We often purchase grocery from this store.
“cunning” means carrying a bad, destroying, selfish intention behind and doing(planning) things..
In the story there was a cunning jackal.
Jonah seemed very cunning among your friends.
“fit” means be good enough or physically trim, in shape and healthy….. perfect in size too…..
I don’t think she is fit enough for that job.
He always loves to stay fit.
“regular” means in a correct sequence or pattern, intervals, on time or without any break…..
I regularly go to the church for the mass.
Koel is always regular to the English class.
“pick” means to choose…
I love to pick the flowers fallen down in my garden.
Pick the right costume to wear.
“fetch” means take….
He went to fetch a glass of water.
I want you to fetch the tickets for the movie.
“contain” means has or holds
The bag contains ten cakes.
You can’t contain that within yourself.
“tedious” means very tough, hard
It was quite a tedious job.
The doctor performed the tedious procedure effortlessly.
“goal” means the target to achieve.
She had great goals in her mind to achieve in her career.
Learn to set your future goals.
“famous” means well known….
He is a famous cartoonist.
That was a very famous institution in the state.
Wasn’t that so much so motivating to speak better when our vocabulary is getting rich…..
Catch you soon…..
Keep learning more BEGINNER VOCABULARY……