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Google releases new tool to help users learn, improve English vocabulary; Read details

According to Google's most recent update, the new function, in which users will receive daily alerts of new phrases on their smartphone, would help them improve their vocabulary and expertise.

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Washington D.C., First Published Oct 26, 2021, 4:57 PM IST
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On a daily basis, people use Google Search to seek for word definitions. Google has become our go-to resource for learning the definitions of new terms practically every day. Google, the internet behemoth, has now created an exciting new tool to assist its consumers in learning and improving their English vocabulary. In a blog post last week, Google announced the new Google Search feature. According to Google's most recent update, the new function, in which users will receive daily alerts of new phrases on their smartphone, would help them improve their vocabulary and expertise.

Users may open the Google app on their cellphones to look up the definition of any English phrase. Items with a Bell icon in the top-right corner will appear when a user searches for a definition. By clicking the icon, you may activate the function. The alert will include a one-line summary of the phrase as well as the option to examine synonyms and learn more about them. You may use it to open a new search result page with more information. Google aims to add multiple levels of difficulty to this word meaning function, from which you will be able to choose.

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"There are terms created for both English beginners and fluent English speakers alike, and soon you'll be able to pick from different difficulty levels," Google noted in a blog post.

However, Google has not specified when to expand this feature to additional languages other than English. According to Google, the definition will also provide unique insights and facts about the terminology, making learning more enjoyable and simple. For the time being, though, this new feature is only available on phones. Furthermore, according to Google Trends, the top-searched English word in September was "introvert," followed by "integrity."

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