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Vocabulary Metry

Communication becomes ineffective, and conversations become bland without the use of right vocabulary. Often, presentations become irrelevant due to want of precise vocabulary in a given context. This makes any occasion useless, and the time wasted. Every word in English has a meaning. Every word when used differently changes the context accordingly. Every morpheme when used with different base-words gets a new set of words that sound or mean differently. These morphemes combine in a particular way to give us various combining forms. If these are used before a given base-word, then it is known as Prefix. If used behind a base-word, it is called Suffix. If used in the word, it is called Infix.

If I should ask you, have you ever assessed your standard of vocabulary in English language? You may have not! If you want to do so, you need to have a yardstick, scale, or a measuring line to check your vocabulary proficiency. Perplexingly, your understanding of vocabulary and what the lexis mean [when the affixes are combined with different base-words] are totally worlds apart. I can bet you, you will have a shock of your lifetime when you go through shakeSpiker’s Vocabulary Metry.

Vocabulary Metry is a unique feature from shakeSpiker.com that expounds on set of words that are derived from similar combining forms. In English, the procedure or the system used in combing forms by affixing different morphemes to base-words in bringing out new words has been quite erroneous for ages now. These have caused quite a mayhem to non-English speakers. A valid and veritable English vocabulary building is but a nightmare for many. shakeSpiker.com has come up with a rich and robust vocabulary decoder that enriches your understanding beyond measure.

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