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Learning tough English words for GRE & CAT: 10 Revolutionary Ways for full proof learning<br />By<br />S. Joshi <br />shiv...
Contents of Plan<br />Existing Problems <br />Scientific base and backing of the concept<br />Introduction to the 10 point...
Introduction to the Problem	<br />Human minds inherent capability to memorize is limited due to many factors<br />Mind ten...
Applicability <br />Depends on individual<br />Some news freak will learn words applicable in news well<br />Some other wo...
Science of Memorization<br />Brain uses threads to capture information<br />The more threat we give the brain the higher c...
10 Pointer technique<br />Thesaurus / category using Encarta dictionary  (install)<br />Roots, which are mostly from roman...
Thesaurus / category using Encarta dictionary <br />Grouping words in vast category<br />Examples of big category <br />Ra...
Roots, which are mostly from roman, Greek, Latin, italic etc<br />Most of words are derived from Greek and Roman mythologi...
Where did these roots come from<br />All these roots comes from Europe<br />Geek is a over two thousand<br />Romans are ar...
Mnemonics mnemonicdictionary.com<br />This works sometimes<br />Example: Panegyric = (Tag: ) pane(pain) + gyric (lyrics) =...
Image for reach word images.google.com<br />blizzard<br />tarantula<br />
Image for reach word images.google.com<br />nugget<br />grimace<br />splice <br />dove (symbol of peace)<br />
morsel<br />
Recent news using news news.google.com<br />Recent news of each word to increase your general knowledge as well, using new...
Hindi word for the same / Hebrew word using shabdkosh.com<br />Panegyric = v गुणगाथा, गुणगान (m)<br />Throttle= टेंटुआ दबा...
XXX<br />Not recommended<br />
Facebook or Orkut or Twitter<br />Tag line of the word which you can use to your face book facebook.com<br />Use facebook ...
Linking of word to your friend or known person<br />Link to someone whom you know<br />
Examples of Otiose<br />Otiose: Latin otiosus "at leisure, idle"<br />Category: futile, ineffectual, useless, impractical,...
Horde<br />Category: crowd, throng, mass, gang, group, pack (dogs), flock, multitude, host <br />Mid-16th century. Directl...
Archipelago<br />1. islands: a group or chain of islands (often used in place names) <br />2. sea with islands: an area of...
Tutelage<br />instruction, guidance, teaching, coaching, expert hand, wing<br />[Early 17th century. < Latin tutela "guard...
Shades<br />Parable vs Fable vs Allegory <br />Shades of difference <br />
601 you needs to know	<br />About the book<br />Categories using genre<br />Same language words<br />Like all words on Gre...
Use Wiki<br />Example of wiki<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_gait<br />
The song with most GRE Word<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7W8Cl-whCU<br />James Blunt: Out of my Mind<br />
References<br />600 words you need to know<br />GRE Barron’s & Nova<br />Arun Sharma CAT verbal<br />
Conclusion<br />Methodologies to learn words has been explored in much details<br />Example and application are shown<br /...
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  1. 1. Learning tough English words for GRE & CAT: 10 Revolutionary Ways for full proof learning<br />By<br />S. Joshi <br />shivgan3@yahoo.com<br />Jan 2011<br />http://onlineclasses.nanotechbiz.org/<br />
  2. 2. Contents of Plan<br />Existing Problems <br />Scientific base and backing of the concept<br />Introduction to the 10 pointer for learning words<br />Applicability for various individuals<br />Application with examples<br />Conclusion<br />Future scopes and developments<br />
  3. 3. Introduction to the Problem <br />Human minds inherent capability to memorize is limited due to many factors<br />Mind tends to forget things when stress<br />Multiple revision of the words is needed<br />Words accurate meaning tough to learn, only a shade is remembered<br />Limitation of human mind as it creates negative emotions hindering development<br />
  4. 4. Applicability <br />Depends on individual<br />Some news freak will learn words applicable in news well<br />Some other would prefer using images.google.com<br />Some prefer using them in facebook tag lines<br />Documentaries “The Brain Our Universe Within Episode”<br />Barrons 4000 words, Nova 4000 words, Arun Sharma CAT 4000 words, GMAT 1500 words<br />
  5. 5. Science of Memorization<br />Brain uses threads to capture information<br />The more threat we give the brain the higher chances it that the information is retained<br />Revision makes the ties stronger<br />Therefore it is advisable to give brain many threads to retain the word<br />
  6. 6. 10 Pointer technique<br />Thesaurus / category using Encarta dictionary (install)<br />Roots, which are mostly from roman, Greek, Latin, italic etc<br />Mnemonics mnemonicdictionary.com<br />Image for reach word images.google.com<br />Recent news of each word to increase your general knowledge as well, using news news.google.com<br />Hindi word for the same / Hebrew word using shabdkosh.com<br />XXX linkages<br />Linking of word to your friend or known person<br />Tag line of the word which you can use to your face book facebook.com<br />and more interesting ways<br />
  7. 7. Thesaurus / category using Encarta dictionary <br />Grouping words in vast category<br />Examples of big category <br />Ranking of categorize<br />Various ways to categorize like music, kitchen, party, subjects etc<br />covert = secret, clandestine, underground, concealed, hidden, furtive, undercover, surreptitious, veiled, hush-hush (informal) <br />rapture: ecstasy, euphoria, bliss, delight, joy, heaven, elation <br />vindictive= spiteful, malicious, mean, cruel, hurtful, nasty, unkind, malevolent <br />Unforgiving: unforgiving, revengeful, rancorous, vengeful, implacable (formal), resentful, ruthless, merciless, pitiless, bitter <br />Purge: elimination, removal, eradication, expulsion<br />
  8. 8. Roots, which are mostly from roman, Greek, Latin, italic etc<br />Most of words are derived from Greek and Roman mythologies which lays the foundation of modern world<br />Example of Prefix: be = over, thoroughly bedaub = smear, befuddle is to confuse somebody; olig = few oligarchy = government by few<br />Idyll= experience of serene happiness [Late 16th century. Via Latin idyllium "pastoral poem" < Greek eidullion "small picture" <eidos "form"]<br />
  9. 9. Where did these roots come from<br />All these roots comes from Europe<br />Geek is a over two thousand<br />Romans are around 500 years old<br />Greek Gods<br />Milton's text like Paradise lost<br />Trojan War<br />vigilant = [15th century. < Latin vigilant-, present participle of vigilare "keep awake" < vigil "awake, alert"]<br />
  10. 10. Mnemonics mnemonicdictionary.com<br />This works sometimes<br />Example: Panegyric = (Tag: ) pane(pain) + gyric (lyrics) = If someone takes pain and writes lyrics then he will get PRAISED!!!<br />(Tag: ) palpable..divide it like..PALP(SOUNDS LIKE PULP)+ABLE.....after touching the PULP of fruit ITS OBVIOUS THAT every one would be ABLE TO PERCEIVE whether THE FRUIT is fresh or not.<br />Disquisition= its like dis +quisition(means question)......when someone questions u.......u need to give explanations...EX:-enquiry...<br />Hireling = (Tag: hire - ing) When you hire a person, he works only for money.<br />Imbecile = (Tag: ) sounds like IMBALANCE....a person having imbalance in his mind is a stupid person....<br />
  11. 11. Image for reach word images.google.com<br />blizzard<br />tarantula<br />
  12. 12. Image for reach word images.google.com<br />nugget<br />grimace<br />splice <br />dove (symbol of peace)<br />
  13. 13. morsel<br />
  14. 14. Recent news using news news.google.com<br />Recent news of each word to increase your general knowledge as well, using news news.google.com<br />This will increase your knowledge about economics and other areas<br />
  15. 15. Hindi word for the same / Hebrew word using shabdkosh.com<br />Panegyric = v गुणगाथा, गुणगान (m)<br />Throttle= टेंटुआ दबाना, गला घोंटना<br />Tonsure = मुण्डन, मुंडित भाग<br />Ordain= विधिवत् पादरी बनाना<br />Ordnance= तोपखाना (m)<br />Motif = नमूना (m)<br />
  16. 16. XXX<br />Not recommended<br />
  17. 17. Facebook or Orkut or Twitter<br />Tag line of the word which you can use to your face book facebook.com<br />Use facebook notes to add the tag lines for future revision<br />
  18. 18. Linking of word to your friend or known person<br />Link to someone whom you know<br />
  19. 19. Examples of Otiose<br />Otiose: Latin otiosus "at leisure, idle"<br />Category: futile, ineffectual, useless, impractical, ineffective, hopeless<br />News item:<br />Duffy, as it may be otiose to relate, is a singer from Wales. Her first album sold a considerable number of copies. Her second finds her in tandem with ...<br />Mnemonics for otiose(Tag: ) O T use...of trivial use i.e useless....<br />
  20. 20. Horde<br />Category: crowd, throng, mass, gang, group, pack (dogs), flock, multitude, host <br />Mid-16th century. Directly or via French and German < Polish horda < Turkish ordu "camp, army“]<br />(Tag: ) well it sounds like herd......which we know is a term used for a group , so for a crowd of people , its horde<br />
  21. 21. Archipelago<br />1. islands: a group or chain of islands (often used in place names) <br />2. sea with islands: an area of sea with many islands<br />द्वीप-समूह (Hindi)<br />
  22. 22. Tutelage<br />instruction, guidance, teaching, coaching, expert hand, wing<br />[Early 17th century. < Latin tutela "guardianship" < tut-, past participle oftueri "watch over"]<br />संरक्षण (m) संरक्षता<br />(Mnemonics ) TUTELAGE, concentrate on the first part of the word TUTE meaning a kind of TUTOR, who KEEPS A WATCH ON YOU, a GUARDIAN.<br />
  23. 23. Shades<br />Parable vs Fable vs Allegory <br />Shades of difference <br />
  24. 24. 601 you needs to know <br />About the book<br />Categories using genre<br />Same language words<br />Like all words on Greek Gods<br />All words from war based people<br />Style of learning<br />
  25. 25. Use Wiki<br />Example of wiki<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horse_gait<br />
  26. 26. The song with most GRE Word<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7W8Cl-whCU<br />James Blunt: Out of my Mind<br />
  27. 27. References<br />600 words you need to know<br />GRE Barron’s & Nova<br />Arun Sharma CAT verbal<br />
  28. 28. Conclusion<br />Methodologies to learn words has been explored in much details<br />Example and application are shown<br />Books in this regard are covered<br />

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