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Tune in to Learning: Vocabulary

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Join the Dictionary Wizards and Question Man in these fifteen short videos running 2 to 4 minutes as they explore the world of vocabulary. The videos address topics about the dictionary and thesaurus as well as understanding how words work. Users will find out how to look up words in a dictionary, (whether they know how to spell them or not), expand their vocabulary and learn how to pick the right definition with words that have multiple meanings. The aim of this site is to help adults gain basic reading skills, but the videos are fun for any age to use.

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Words constitute the stuff and fluff of all oral and written communication. Without them, there could be no self-expression, theatrical performance, or song. They create binding contracts, establish political borders, and cast magical spells. Countries go to war over thoughtless words uttered in haste. Children make

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