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Lesson 14 - Roots of English Words to Build a Strong Vocabulary - M
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Reema Behl
Building for Next Billion Users | Chief Editor: Blush Channel, Femina, NDTV | Jammu & Kashmir | Helping make English speaking easier for all

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Hi Reema - new to this platform , would like to go thru the entire course you do on vocabulary and not on random basis - do you have any structured course content - advise on the subject .
mam english speeking ka koi course chalu kro mujhe seekhna hai
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Hi mam.you are very erogenous explained.thanks
  1. Roots of English words Words starting with the letter M


  2. MACRO Great o Macrocosm: Comprehensive world o Macroscopic: Big enough to be sen with naked eye


  3. MICRO: Small o Microcosm: Representative system of something big or a miniature o Microscope: An instrument that maghifies images of small objects


  4. Macrocosm vs Macrocosm While a microcosm is considered to be a small unit or entity of something Larger, a macrocosm is that Larger body.


  5. MAG, MAJ, MAS, MAX, MEGA Great o Magnify: To entarge o Magnanimous: Very generous o Maximum: Grreatest possible quantity o Megalomania: An obsession with extravagant thing:s


  6. Magnanimous avn Megalomania The actor's megalomania has turned him into an arrogant person. The magnanimous billionaire made great donations to various charities


  7. MIS Wrong, Hate, Bad o Misconstrue: To interpret incorrectly o Misanthrope: hates/ distrusts humanity or people o Mishap: misfortune Misunderstand: To understand incorrectly


  8. MONO One o Monologue: Long speech made by one person e Monotonous: one unvarying tone, dull o Monogamy: the practice of marrying or state of being married to one person at a time Monolith o Monochrome


  9. MEM, MEN Remember o Memory o Memento: A keepsake (reminder of the past) Reminisce: To recall the past