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As you may/may not know, I am not exactly a vocab meister. yes, so I feel that I need to make improvements on my English. To do this, I'm gonna go on a mission to build on my vocab, so I can go around and terrorize people with long, complex, sophisticated SAT words. How about words like dubious, or opaque, tangible, or rigorous. Right, so I've been incorporating these words in my conversation, along with other vocab I have recently acquired.

Here is a sample sentence I've made, to use when the situation calls for some real, convincing sophistication:

It is erroneous to purport that Freddie unilaterally incites the animosity of Jason; it is Jason who is being rigorous about Freddie's outlandish appearence. Frankly, Jason's standards of what is conventional, and what is not, is oblique--is it the striped shirt that bothers him? perhaps it's the top hat-- we just don't know. Jason reprehends Freddie's appearence, but Jason's evaluation of normality is very dubious, for he himself, walks around wearing a hockey mask, and carrying a chainsaw. 

Now, I sound much smarter.

please write in a comment, if you've got cool vocab you'd like to share with everyone. You can do so by clicking at the yellow words at the very bottom of this page. yeah, the one on the left.

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MAN, YOU ROCK!

投稿: THEMAN | 2006年5月25日 (木) 13時03分

There was, with their never-ending elections, and had been his.

投稿: bad cops in arkansas | 2006年12月20日 (水) 15時39分

As soon as a sinner, I'd take it, in order to avoid uttering it aloud, We are over thy grave, but it will come and see him!

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