2 edition of Toward better vocabulary. found in the catalog.
Toward better vocabulary.
Mullen, William B.
|LC Classifications||PE1449 .M8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||63015765|
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. According to the Chicago Manual of Style, the preferred form in American English is toward without the -s, while the preferred British English form is towards with the -s.
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I didn't care all that much at the. Using this book for vocabulary study In truth, vocabulary acquisition is the work of a lifetime.
Don’t try to learn all words in this book at once. The best approach is to study the words in sets of about 12 or 15 words (4 or 5 pages) each day.
The following is a suggested program of study: Review a File Size: 2MB.Although toward and towards are used at about the same frequency in spoken language, in written language toward is used much more often than towards, roughly five times as often.
(This applies to American English only; in British English towards is the more common variation.) So if you'd like to be on the safe side, use toward and you won't be.The word toward(s) is old: it goes back to the 9th century, where it was a blend of the word to and the suffix -weard, which was used to refer to a specific direction.
If you go toward something, you etymologically move in the direction to that item. But from the earliest moment of toward's life, it was spelled both with a final -s and without.