Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor has no competition when it comes to English vocabulary. Congress MP is not only known for his wit but also for his dictionary that we used to see time to time on his Twitter account.
Once again, he proved why he is the jack of English words! If you also want to know the discovery of Tharoor then you must see this video that he recently posted with a caption: “My reply to a student who asked me to give him a new word in view of my reputation as a fount of exotic vocabulary.”
My reply to a student who asked me to give him a new word in view of my reputation as a fount of exotic vocabulary: pic.twitter.com/I6mr9DOX6m— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) November 11, 2019
Well, Shashi Tharoor answered the 10th class student who asked him to share a new word with him, given that his ‘reputation as a fount of exotic vocabulary’. Ha also said, "As you have been globally acknowledged as a man of vocabulary I would like you to give me and the crowd a new word for us to learn."
After which Tharoor shared a new word from his hilarious vocabulary world and creates the furor on the social media platform.
Tharoor also shared with students how he became the master of English's words vocabulary.
“I will give you a very simple, very old word. Read. That’s the only way I acquired a vocabulary. People think I am some sort of nutcase who studies dictionaries all day long. I have barely opened a dictionary in my life. But I have read extensively. The reason I was like this because I lived in India without television, without a computer, without Nintendo, without Play Station, without mobile phones. All I had were books,” Congress leader told.
Meanwhile, netizens left awestruck and hailed Tharoor for his stupendous knowledge.
Check out what Tweeple said:
Sir please give me one chance to meet you.— Alamgir Rizvi(عالمگیر رضوی) (@alamgirizvi) November 11, 2019
My english is not good, so i cant explain how much I love your opinion, ur way of talking.
one of those rare political figures who is an #inspiration to young generation— Zain Rahman (@ZainMRahman) November 11, 2019
Excellent advise!! I will add "Listen" to it, and we get this opportunity to listen to statesmen like you 🙏— Keshav Bapat (@kewlkeshav) November 11, 2019
This is so thoughtful ✌️✌️— Gunjan Johar (@rajputg) November 11, 2019
Read is way to acquire vocabulary like @ShashiTharoor Sir— Simmi Ahuja (@SimmiAhuja_) November 11, 2019
Appreciate Shashi Tharoor ji !— संजय शर्मा (@sharma__sanjay) November 11, 2019
You echoed my Father ...
Read Read Read ...
Write words from Dictionary to improve spelling, hand writing and vocabulary
Read any book apart from magazine and newspaper
Hope you understand how you can improve your vocabulary after listening Tharoor's speech.
We must say this when it comes to English vocabulary, Tharoor is the only politician who knows something backwards and forwards.
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