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On the initial vocabulary there were around 1,000 words which corresponded to every level. Each level had equal number of words count on the basic vocabulary, meaning uniformity was considered in each level so that true results could be obtained. The main aim of the study taken from the vocabulary tests of Meara was to know the level in which vocabulary knowledge of a student would be the strongest and when there was need for instructions due to weakening of vocabulary knowledge. This study was to know the state of vocabulary knowledge in all the levels either weak or strong. In this research it?s concluded that vocabulary is never uniformed but changes are noticed in every level. Initially, individual students were selected in their right knowledge level. He took record on the words at this level and the subsequent levels. In every level he needed to know the words count in relation to knowledge.
On the initial vocabulary list there were around 1,000 words, including all levels. Each level had an equal number of words from the basic vocabulary, meaning uniformity was considered in each level so true results could be obtained.
The main objective of the study of the vocabulary tests of Meara, was to determine the level in which a student's vocabulary knowledge would be the strongest and when there was need for instruction due to a weakening of the vocabulary knowledge.
This aim was to learn whether the knowledge of vocabulary in each of the levels was weak or strong. In this research it was concluded that vocabulary is never uniform and changes are noticed in every level.
Initially, individual students were selected by their knowledge level. They were tested on the words at their level and on subsequent levels. At each level he or she needed to know and understand the words.
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