Log in
Home  »  English Vocabulary in Context   »   English Vocabulary in Context

English Vocabulary in Context

Last updated on November 24, 2021 by in English Vocabulary in Context Category with 11 Comments on English Vocabulary in Context, 55 Views and Reading Time: 2 minutes
English Vocabulary in Context English Vocabulary in Context The Outline of This Lesson on English Vocabulary in Context Context 1 Many people readily admit that they are hypochondriacs. For example, Travis once thought he had a flesh-eating virus when he found a mysterious red spot on his arm, and Kevin needs only sneeze and he

Read more


About Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl

Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri Asl is an English and Persian instructor, researcher, inventor, author, blogger, SEO expert, website developer, and the creator of LELB Society. He's got a PhD in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language). Study our guest posting guidelines for authors.

View All 3965 Posts by this Author »

We respond to all comments immediately. View the 30 newest comments and new topics in forums, or create a new topic in forums. You can also contact us to leave voice messages.

11 comments on “English Vocabulary in Context”

    • 1. Pay attention to example clue words like “for example, for instance, including, such as”
      2. A synonym context clue: word of similar meaning
      3. An antonym context clue: notice to antonym clue words like “but, yet, however, on the other hand, in contrast”
      4. Use the general sense of the passage by choosing the word that seems most logical.
      5. By prefixes, suffixes and roots of words

    • We can notice some context clues in sentences to figure out the general meaning of the passage for example synonym, antonym, examples and general sense of passage.

    • When you reading a complicated passage, it is very time-consuming to refer a dictionary for finding the meaning of an unknown word due to stop the reading for that. Also, it has a negative impact on your comprehension and follows fluently in figure out the general meaning of the passage.

Leave a Comment