Tutor profile: Letha M.
Subject: English as a Second Language
How do I accelerate my vocabulary improvement?
1. Read - As much as possible in English. Anything from literary works to leaflets, technical books, online sources and material, the focus is to ensure you are reading as much as possible with the goal of familiarizing yourself with words 2. Use a Dictionary and/or Thesaurus - It is vital as one would use this to reference new vocabulary, meanings and various uses 3. Do extensive reading but also intensive reading: pay attention to words and their associated context 4. Keep a notebook or journal for new words or expression. Write down these words, their meaning and uses every day. You can write them down in your notebook. 5. Learn one word a day. Try one of the websites that send you one word with its meaning and uses every day. You can write them down in your notebook. 6. Try to use the new words you have learnt in a suitable context. Before you forget them or forget how to use them, practice saying them or writing them down. 7. Draw diagrams or write words in groups that let you learn better. Dont write similar words as you might mix them up 8. Dont learn words separately. Learn chunks of words that are used together, just as you hear or read them. 9. Revise your vocabulary notes regularly, trying to pay attention to those wors you might have forgotten otherwise. 10. Keep in mind that vocabulary learning is a lifelong goal
Communication has the perceive notion that communicating is an act of verbal interaction between people with the above in mind is this entirely true?
Communication occurs beyond the perceived limitation of speech, facial expressions is an example of communication, we lift our eyes to express surprise or shock, we frown to reflect disapproval; in a business setting subtle cues may be used to give a person the upper-hand in closing a million-dollar deal. A few non-verbal cues such as hand gestures, pauses, posture may be utilized in sealing the deal.
Subject: African History
Did Nelson Mandela have the best interest of the African people or was he concern about South Africa as a whole during the negotiations?
Given the mounting pressure from sanction across the globe FW Deklerk found himself in a debacle would lead to the negotiations, Nelson Mandela at the time had the countries best interest as he made the decision not to retaliate post presidency and oppression instead bring about reconciliation, Ubuntu(helping one another) and a sense of unity amounts the people of South Africa
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