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English is a language with many words in the dictionary. A lifetime is not enough to learn the words, such is the list. In this long list of words, you can come across some unusual words. These unusual words have meanings that we tend to come across often, but would have never thought that there was a word for it.

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Did you know that words can be as long as 1000+ letters? Yes, the chemical name for titin is 189, 819 letters long, but has not yet been accepted as a word, so that leaves us with a name that is a little more than 1000 letters long. Did you ever think this was possible? Well, the answer is YES. It is possible to have such a lengthy word in the dictionary. So, here’s a part of that word. It is Methionylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamyl...serine.

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We have constantly heard from many of our friends and polemic family that the best way to build one’s vocabulary is by learning a new word every day. I often wonder if it is possible to learn a new word everyday!!!! It is possible to learn a new word every day, however, it would be difficult to tell how often these words are used in one’s conversation.

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How often are you able to recall a word that you have learnt and use it effectively in your speech? How easy has it been for you to recall the SAT words that you have learnt? Well, the answer is pretty much ‘not easy’. Remembering the words you learn is not as easy as it sounds, although one can...

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Idioms or polemic phrases are some of the commonly used interchangeably by many, without actually knowing their actual meaning and usage. Idioms are a combination of words that have a figurative meaning, whereas a phrase is a combination of words that have a literal meaning. Here are some examples o...

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