As a native Russian speaker, my biggest issue with writing in English is having a wide and deep and venerable (see? I'm trying) enough vocabulary to express the girth and the breadth and the uber-complexity of my visions. Or, in simple words, bloody know how to bloody describe this bloody scene that bloody hangs in my brain like a picture and I CAN'T BLOODY FIND THE EXACT WORDS TO DESCRIBE IT IN THE EXACT BLOODY WAY I SEE IT. Whew, it felt good to say "bloody" so many times. I must have been born British. Anyway.
I have been struggling with this for almost three years now, and every time I try to devise a new system to learn new words faster. Here are a few.Read More