How do you speak or learn English quickly and fluently? Would you consider taking an online English speaking course or public speaking classes? Would you consider enrolling in Toastmasters, GRE Vocabulary, ESL sessions, presentation skill training, or even a course on English communication skills training and techniques that claims to transform you into an English guru?
Even though I had the privilege of being educated at the University of Waterloo, a prestigious post-secondary institution, I still consider myself to be an average person that uses less than 1% of the entire English vocabulary, and because of the vastness of the English language, one could surmise that we are all beginners at speaking English.
After graduating from the University of Waterloo, I realized that a person is never an alumni in learning. Aside from my work life, I spent some time on a side project that stemmed from my aspiration of always wanting to use smart words but never really knowing how. Now that I look back, I could imagine how many of my professors had to eye-roll or endure headaches when I pretentiously used 4-5 syllable words without having any clue as to their meaning. I guess tuition fees also serve a purpose for the cost of health plans for educators. My side project involved working on an eBook that dramatically increases and expands a person’s English vocabulary with only a couple minutes of practice a day on any compatible device, using what I call, Witty Money Words.
This eBook can improve a person’s communication strategies when learning more than the common 1% of the English vocabulary, and address barriers in communication. For example, using Witty Money Words that contain scholarly vocabulary could give the impression that a person has a PhD in linguistics. I could say, “I should not impignorate my time using superexquisite thoughts that are obreptitious in reality,” or in other words, I was talking about how ‘I shouldn’t spend time with charmed thoughts that are false realities.’ Imagine communicating with a new, uncommon and scholarly vocabulary in any setting, either written or conversationally; it would revolutionize a person’s English vocabulary while leaving a “wow” effect on listening ears or readers. What I’ve learned from the University of Waterloo is that learning can be enjoyable, and this eBook can make learning English fun, either written or spoken, by enabling the improvement of conversational English, expanding one’s vocabulary, and learning communication techniques, when you can have all you need in a simple eBook.
Rhetorically, this is how I learned to speak and how I improved my English fluency. After all, life is a wonderful academic learning process that never stops, even when a person graduates from an enhanced learning setting like the University of Waterloo.
Revolutionize Your English Vocabulary at: http://www.wittymoneywords.com/