How are you? I guess summertime has arrived! It's pretty hot in Saskatchewan, Canada where I live now. I hear it's pretty hot and humid over there too!
[HOW TO FIGURE OUT THE MEANING OF WORDS!!!] - *without using the dictionary!
Today, I wanted to introduce a new lesson that I'm offering. The lesson teaches you how to figure out the meaning of the word without using the dictionary. Sometimes, you can't help but rely on the dictionary to figure out a word. That's alright too! After all, the best and most accurate way to figure out the meaning of the word is to use the dictionary.
However, I have 3 distinct, efficient, and effective ways to figure out what the word means that you don't know without using the dictionary. I won't go through the 3 strategies, because you won't have a reason to take my lesson if I revealed my secrets.
If you're interested, please give it a try. The lesson lasts 50 minutes and is only 1,800 points! I think it's a bargain if you want to learn some methods to figure out the meaning of words you don't already know for the rest of your English-learning experience! I'm certain this lesson will give you a good idea of what the word means even if you don't arrive at the exact meaning.
Want to continue reading without having to consult a dictionary to look up every other word? Perhaps your English tutor or American friend says a word you don't understand, you don't have time to consult a dictionary, right? Let's learn ways to figure out the meaning of words together!
I'm not creating another independent and specific lesson, otherwise, my lesson list will be exhausting to read with so many lessons. Please contact me by clicking on the website below for the 50-minute lesson.
[Let's Speak American English! You and me! (50 min)]
Learn how to figure out the meaning of words you don't know without consulting a dictionary! I think this lesson will be valuable for the remainder of your English-learning journey!
I am a gentle, easy-going, and flexible English tutor. (*In all honesty, if you are looking for a "spartan-type" tutor who interrupts you to correct every other word you say, perhaps I am not the tutor for you.)
I appreciate the opportunity to meet so many nice, wonderful, and awesome students on Cafetalk! I hope I have a chance to meet you too!
Have a wonderful day! See you soon!
(Patricia Ayame Thomson)