practice using elaboration
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Elaboration involves expounding on the meaning of a word to make it more memorable to you personally. You can do this by either studying other words related to the word you are learning, or by trying out the word in different contexts.
What are related words?
Words are inter-related with one another. However, the basic related words that can help in building your vocabulary are synonyms, antonyms, and similar words.
Synonyms are words that have exactly the same definition, while antonyms are words that have reverse meanings. For example, "neat" and "tidy" are synonyms, while "quiet" and "noisy" are antonyms.
Similar words are also considered related words. They are quite alike in meaning but they are not exactly the same, as with synonyms. They may be used interchangeably. For example, "thick" and "fat" are similar words. So are "hot" and "warm", or "tall" and "big".
Ultimate Vocabulary will provide you with all the related words of any given word you want to learn.
Where can I find examples of words used in different contexts?
You can try the dictionary, but not all words have sample sentences there, and usually if you do find a sample usage, there is only one per word.
The Ultimate Vocabulary program contains as many as 10 usage samples for every word in its database. Building your vocabulary will certainly be so much faster for this reason.
A better way to increase your vocabulary, is to make your own example sentences. Remember that elaboration includes making the word memorable to you. So when you make your own sentences, include subjects that are familiar to you.
Master your elaboration skills with Ultimate Vocabulary
Ultimate Vocabulary contains an impressive collection of 140,000 difficult words, and each word is accompanied by multiple definitions, all synonyms and antonyms, and up to 6 usage examples. So by simply using the software, you are already on your way to master your elaboration skills.