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# Nice website to learn and track the words you look up

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Nice website to learn and track the words you look up [#permalink]

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21 Dec 2010, 07:35
Hello everybody,

I like to look up new words that I come across in dictionary. But I always wished there were some way to keep track of those in a time efficient manner. Then I came across http://www.wordstash.com I found this website excellent because it gives you instant meaning from Wikitionary and simultaneously adds them to a list which you can refer back to. You can even quiz yourself out of those words. Once you have learned them thoroughly, you can move the words to a list of known words. As of now, my list of known words contain around 800 words!
It has a few more exciting features and I hope a lot people will find it useful in their GMAT prep.

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