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  1. I partially disagree with the answer about the benefits of reading to replenish your active stock. You can only increase your active vocabulary by expanding the scope of your activities, interests, and activities in life.

    Simple reading, even if it is as attentive and productive as possible, for example, works on philosophy, will not bring into your active vocabulary of words and phrases “paradigm”, “logos”, “existential” or “naked life” — you need to regularly talk about this with someone who uses this particular layer of vocabulary. If you start throwing them around in a circle of young guys from a working-class village, they will be very discouraged and you will not be able to find a common language of communication (the one for which an active stock is needed).

    As for the question of juggling words, it is not necessary to understand their meaning at all, look at the speeches of some State Duma deputies — you can still look for such schizophasia

    1. Wondering why you need it at all
    2. Find the reason
    3. Based on the reason, choose the desired vocabulary
    4. You develop it by reading literature, watching videos, and so on.
    5. You realize that even though you've learned a lot of different abstruse words, you don't really need it
    6. Are you disappointed in yourself
    7. You remember that you are actually an abstruse snob
    8. Take up the vocabular again with triple strength
    9. You practice wherever you can: they asked you how to get to Domochadovskaya Street? You answer in a way that even a philologist can't understand
    10. You're doing great, grab a pie from the shelf.

    If no kidding, then the answer is very simple and it is hidden in your question-you are simply practicing. Use words in your speech, in the texts that you write, you can even start writing different stories, and so on, and so on.

    In fact, you need to understand what you need it for — this is the key point. It's the same with learning something: if you don't have a special reason, but just want to, then only a lot of motivation will help you. So I recommend starting with a goal search. And then, practice, practice, and practice again. Then you will show all the stupid plebeians the same “juggling”. They won't understand, most likely, and will just pass by. Maybe not.

    Good luck!

  2. You should read it, preferably out loud.

    By constantly reading aloud, you may not even notice later that you start using more words and expressions in your everyday vocabulary. Then retell what you've read in as much detail as possible. If you need vocabulary for speaking engagements you can read the book “Master of the word“. It contains a carefully selected set of knowledge that the speaker needs: how to formulate a topic and write a speech plan, how much and in what manner to speak, how to take into account the features of the premises….

  3. Oooooooh, I know one cool exercise. Cross out words randomly in the newspaper ( so that you don't have to read them), and then read them and come up with more appropriate words on the go. I also advise you to watch serious bloggers on YouTube( not all game, but those who earn money by it), they tell very well and they have something to learn . Study the textbook “logic” (this was taught in the USSR ), I think there is no need to explain why. Well, also learn poems, especially Yesenin and Mayakovsky.

  4. There is a wonderful game-Nonsense Popper. There are a lot of funny words with wonderful interpretations. Alternatively, you can read the Great Soviet Encyclopedia. Well, in any case, you should read as much as possible

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    ta or lysergic acid diethylamide?I don't think that means anything to you…Stupidly reading without interest will not teach you anything.Collect the sphere and play up to the top of it.

  6. In my opinion, there are no options here – read, read, and read again! Traditional paper books, from a tablet, reader, or computer. The most diverse. Preferably a classic. Science fiction is also good, and literature in your specialty is mandatory. International bestsellers – but really the best. Whatever you like. Historical ones. About countries and peoples. About the art of living ( How to become efficient, successful, rich, etc., please underline.) Artistic biographies of outstanding people. Epistolary heritage (Letters can be very instructive.).Just please take the trouble to find out the exact meaning of each word that is new to you. Otherwise, the “juggler” runs the risk of finding himself in a ridiculous situation, and instead of making an impression, he will be ridiculed. And laughter can be very prickly sometimes. I remember once my mother came home from work ( an all-female kindergarten group) and asked: – Listen, what are phrygalia? � – �I don't know. – Our manager got a call, told to be at the solemn meeting with all the “frigals”. I thought for a long time, until it dawned on me that at the meeting you need to be with all the”regalia”. Long laughed at,” frigals ” then the staff. So read and improve.

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