K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Just going through the lines will help you in improving your word power. You have to read every word and you should know the meaning of the word and the meaning of the whole sentence. Then only your language will improve.
But these days many newspapers are not maintaining that standard. In English, I feel "The Hindu" is maintaining that standard and we should read that paper for language improvement. Eenadu daily is the best newspaper to improve your Telugu language.
Some editors are relatively young say in the age bracket of 35- 40 years and even in the qualification wise, they are not superior either.
But despite this, they know the art of selection of the words making the readers hypnotised with the usage of the magical words. While referring to the editor of Times of India, Bengalore circulation, one of my friends revealed that the editor is mere a commerce graduate. I wonder how so he has managed to display his artistic creation with the usage of the apt words not coming in my mind in my write ups.
I agree while going through the noted English News Paper, especially the editorials, we could learn a lot how to express our thoughts effectively.
For a learnerof new vocabulary a good and latest edition dictionary is an important support. In our student days we were sugested to have Thesaurus too.
What you need to do to increase your vocabulary? Add at least five words to the group of two letter, three letter and moving on up-to ten letter words. After searching the words understand the meaning to create meaningful sentences. This will remain in your dictionary that is, the brain to be blissfully visible in the write-ups which you write.
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