Euphemism at Language Tests: Introductory Post

confused with vocab

Most often than not, while taking language tests like IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, PTE, BULATS, CEFR, etc., test takers spend a big time thinking about what makes their language proficient as per the standards of the Test Designers. Although there is no denying that the sole aim of every Test is to gauge the level of the Test Taker’s overall understanding of English, a major impact (indirect, if not direct) can be had by using the vocabulary appropriately, accurately and fluently across various situations presented.  

The above creates the biggest problem for many. Though they may know simple words in English, communicating with proper diction may be a real challenge. For all such students across the globe, and keeping in mind the ever-existing demand for a “word list”, we start a series in which we shall cover euphemistic words for various expressions. 

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