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Nobody can deny the fact that an extensive command over English language is the need of the hour, but many people develop the fear of English just because of difficult words that appear recurrently in newspapers and magazines-hindering the smooth reading process. Even though a sincere reader refers the dictionary several times but the retention of new and difficult words is the biggest challenge.

Various psychological researches have proved that new information is well retained by our brains if it is associated with some previous information. So in VoLT, we have tried to associate difficult but important English words with normal life events, funny stories, pictures and other self tested highly effective techniques which will surely help the reader to learn and retain while enjoying the whole process. Audio Pronunciation, Synonyms, Antonyms and various Usages have also been provided along with each word.

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  • SURAJ VERMA, RESEARCH FELLOW

    Revolutionary initiative. A self tutorial which enables the users to comprehend and learn difficult words easily and effectively. Every meaning is illustrated scientifically with its pronunciation, usage etc. Very instrumental for competitive exams aspirants and professionals as well.

  • SUSHMA JHA, ONLINE GMAT TUTOR

    This is actually very helpful to learn words fast. The pictures used are quite impressive and help students recall the meaning instantly when they see the word. Have recommended this book to a few students and have got positive reviews about it.

  • AMIT ARORA, B TECH. IIT MUMBAI, IAS BATCH- 2012

    Very useful for exams such as CAT, GMAT, BANK PO and other competitive exams that require good vocabulary.

  • SHASHANK PRABHU CAT TOPPER

    The catchy visuals and rhymes interspersed with a comic touch is an excellent way to help people remember new words. Kudos to the team.

  • AADITYA DAHIYA, AIIMS TOPPER, IAS Batch-2010

    School students, MBA aspirants, Job seekers, BPO employees and each one of us who wants to improve upon our English definitely have something to look forward to and learn from.

  • MANISH CHAUBEY RESEARCH ASSISTANT AT MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE, GERMANY.

    The mnemonic system used in this works more logically than any of the vocabulary book I have seen. I am very sure that by following this method, anyone can improve his vocabulary. I recommend this book to high school students, college students, business professionals, whoever wants to enhance his vocabulary.