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Word Power Made Easy

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Norman Lewis was a creator and grammarian. He was likewise a word specialist and etymologist. While he was an understudy in Columbia University in 1941, he composed his first book Journeys through Wordland. Aside from that, he has composed numerous books, specifically, 30 Days to Better English, Dictionary of Word Power, Speak Better, Write Better and Rapid Vocabulary Builder, among others.


About the Book

This book, Word Power Made Easy, utilizes genuine circumstances to exhibit the force of words. The book starts by demonstrating to the peruser industry standards to survey their current vocabulary and how to begin building word aptitudes. It is isolated into three fundamental segments.

Word Power Made Easy begins by demonstrating to begin building word aptitudes, and afterward discloses how to get better word abilities rapidly and learn at a quicker pace. At that point, the book demonstrates how one can get to be capable in building vocabulary, and how to continue adapting new words and approaches to utilize them.

This book uses intriguing subjects to demonstrate to utilize words viably. It contains sections like offending or complimenting adversaries and companions, discussing different callings, effectively examining science and researchers, portraying activities viably et cetera. Word Power Made Easy takes a foundation of the saying based way to vocabulary building. It follows the derivation of the words being examined. Once the inception of the saying is clarified, a considerable measure of comparative words having the same beginning are presented. This procedure is helpful in recalling a considerable measure of words, as they are connected by a typical source which serves as a memory helper.

The book additionally contains a fascinating segment on elusive fears. It contains elocution keys, a test of syntax aptitudes, and a segment talking about how linguistic use changed throughout the years. It gives tips on fitting utilization, how to adjust to evolving use, and demonstrates to gain the aptitude of common discourse with no affectations. It contains a rundown of a few words that have as of late been added to the dialect and demonstrates to fabricate legitimate spelling aptitudes.

Word Power Made Easy is a simple, useful manual for building a decent vocabulary, finding out about fitting use, elocution, and spelling. The book was initially distributed in 1949.

About the Author

Norman Lewis was an American grammarian and creator. Some different books by Lewis are How to Read Better and Faster, Speak Better, Write Better, Instant Word Power, Dictionary of Correct Spelling, and Dictionary of Pronunciation. All his books were on building dialect abilities. Norman Lewis was conceived in New York in 1912. Stranded at an early age, he lived with his sister's crew. He earned his graduate degree from Columbia University and started showing English dialect and sentence structure.

He has taught at different organizations like New York University, Rio Hondo College, and headed the organization's correspondence office for more than ten years. His first book was 30 Days to A More Powerful Vocabulary. After the accomplishment of that book, Lewis started composition a ton of books on punctuation and vocabulary which were exceedingly well known and a significant number of them have seen a few reprints. His book Roget's New Pocket Thesaurus In Dictionary Form sold more than 5 million books. He kicked the bucket in 2006 at 93 years old.



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