Do you always use the right word? Can you pronounce and spell it correctly? Do you know how to avoid illiterate expressions? Do you speak grammatically without embarrassing mistakes? If you could improve in any of these areas, you need Word Power Made Easy. Written by one of the most respected experts in the field of grammar, Word Power Made Easy is a complete handbook using simple, step-by-step methods that will increase your knowledge and mastery of the English language. You will learn to:
．Speak and write with confidence
．Read more effectively and efficiently
．Develop social contacts
．And increase your earning power
Revised to eliminate outmoded references and to reflect current idioms, Word Power Made Easy remains the quickest means to a better vocabulary in the English language. It teaches ideas and methods for broadening knowledge as an integral part of the vocabulary-building process.
When you have finished working with this book, you will no longer be the same person.
You cant be.
If you honestly read every page, if you do every exercise, if you take every test, if you follow every principle, you will go through an intellectual experience that will effect a radical change in you.
For if you systematically increase your vocabulary, you will also sharpen and enrich your thinking; push back your intellectual horizons; building your self-assurance; improve your facility in handling the English language and thereby your ability to express your thoughts effectively; and acquire a deeper understanding of the world in general and of yourself in particular.
Increase your vocabulary does not mean merely learning the definitions of large numbers of obscure words; it does not mean memorizing scores or unrelated terms. What it means–what it can only mean–is becoming acquainted with the multitudinous and fascinating phenomena of human existence of which words are , obviously only the verbal descriptions.
Increasing your vocabulary–properly, intelligently, and systematically–means treating yourself to an all-round, liberal education.
And surely you cannot deny that such an experience will change you intellectually–
Will you have a discernible effect on your methods of thinking– on your store of information–on your ability to express your ideas–on your understanding of human problems.