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    Vocabulary – Remember it

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    Simple English is the best English. So it has been wisely said that it is better to use the small (simple) words rather than big (complicated words, both in speaking and writing).

    Venial – pardonable, samall, light

    Ingenuous – sincere, honest, straight forward

    Indolent – lazy, inactive, idle

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    Pugnacious – fighting, warlike

    Entice – persuade, lure

    Substantial – firm, durable

    Prattle – gossip, chatter

    Obsolete – old, ancient

    Insolvent – bankrupt

    Oblation – gift, offering

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