Word visualizations are very useful

I received a pointer to the Visual Thesaurus in response to my web visualizations post and I had to blog about it.

Thanks for the link, Carla! Take a look at the visual thesaurus at http://www.visualthesaurus.com/.

Enter a word and it shows synonyms with lines, and antonyms with dotted lines, plus when you put your mouse over a word a definition is displayed. And it offers audio pronunciation recordings. This tool is perfect for writers, and I’m sure has proven useful for teachers and English as a second language students.

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  • Kamilah
    October 7, 2008 - 8:40 pm | Permalink

    Visuwords.com does the same thing as this and it’s free.

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