Inadequate Usage of Vocabulary in English Language Reduce the Quality of Communication in Academic Setting with Reference to UvaWellassa University of Sri Lanka

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G.H. Abeyweera


The use of rich vocabulary is undoubtedly salient for an academic setting to maintain the quality of communication in any given context. Unfortunately, it is observed and experienced through empirical observation that a significant number of academicians do not employ a rich vocabulary at meetings, classroom settings, and such other important gatherings while maintaining accurate syntactic constructions. Instead, the general use English Language is employed in all instances where it does not reflect the quality of communication which directly makes an impact on impressive communication. Hence this article focuses on critical observation of the use of vocabulary at statutory meetings and its contribution to maintaining the quality of English Language communication in an academic setting.


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G.H. Abeyweera. “Inadequate Usage of Vocabulary in English Language Reduce the Quality of Communication in Academic Setting With Reference to UvaWellassa University of Sri Lanka”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 6, no. 2, June 2021, pp. 1-4, doi:10.53032/TCL.2021.6.2.01.


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