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1 He has a very large vocabulary.
2 A child's vocabulary expands through reading.
3 English has a rich vocabulary and literature.
4 His English vocabulary is limited.
5 The basic vocabulary of a language is those words that must be learnt.
6 Use spidergrams to organise your English vocabulary into different subjects.
7 Specialized vocabulary is used in all the major disciplines.
8 Tim has an average vocabulary for a 3-year-old.
9 English has the largest vocabulary of any language.
10 The English language is rich in vocabulary.
11 Reading will enlarge your vocabulary.
12 Computing, like any subject,[www.Sentencedict.com] has its own vocabulary.
13 He has a wide vocabulary .
14 Try to develop a wide vocabulary.
15 When did the word 'bungalow' first enter the vocabulary?
16 His speech is immature, his vocabulary limited.
17 Charlie Parker expanded the vocabulary of jazz.
18 A vocabulary index is included for easy reference.
19 Learners of languages acquire vocabulary through practice.
20 Reading will increase your vocabulary.
21 His vocabulary was sound and his grammar excellent.
22 The word has become part of advertising vocabulary.
23 The word 'failure' is not in his vocabulary .
24 Most technical jobs use a specialized vocabulary.
25 Some of the technical vocabulary may be unfamiliar to you.
26 The teacher made us slog through long lists of vocabulary.
27 By the age of two a child will have a vocabulary of about two hundred words.
28 Reading is one of the best ways of improving your vocabulary.
29 I have to say, I don't have much time for the pseudy vocabulary of wine snobs.
30 Did you say 'tact'? The word isn't in his vocabulary!
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