What type of vocabulary is important in essay writing?

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    The best use of vocabulary is what counts for the performance of the essay in the mind of your supervisor. Being an educator myself, I have seen many students argue that they are forced to memorize highly complex jargons and phrases if they are to impress their teacher through their essay writing. However, the reality is quite opposite.

    The simple the vocabulary, the better your content will be in explaining your ideas to the reader. However, this does not mean that you start off writing your history assignment with, “Martin Luther King was a good man”. Let’s get a little more mature.

    Another important thing that learners should understand is that vocabulary building is not a one-time effort, rather a continuous one as new words tend to pour in the dictionaries each year. We also see professional essay help providers constantly using newer vocabulary in each of their projects only to add the uniqueness. From the reader’s point of view, the students can benefit as the supervisor will take an impression that a substantial effort has been used to write the assignment, not to mention the students is committed and smart in doing a good job. You can easily subscribe to “word a day” emails, and even use thesaurus, suffixes, prefixes, or simply, make a habit of regularly reading a vocabulary book.

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