How many new words do you learn each day? How many new words do you want to learn each day?
Learn 10 new words today!
- Look for words in a dictionary at random.
- Read a news article on the BBC and learn the words you don’t know.
- Open an English book to a random page, not the words you don’t know.
- Write a few sentences using the new words to link them more firmly in your mind.
Learn and practice vocabulary
- Write a list: Write your next shopping list or to-do list in the language you are currently learning.
- List your goals: Write a list of goals (any type) for the next 6 months and write a plan of how you will reach your goals, all of it in your target language.
- Name everything: Name every thing you see on your way to and home from work or school today. Say the nouns silently, or whisper them to yourself.
- Stick where you can see it: Stick sticky notes with nouns or verbs on everything in your house. Or your office.
- Talk to yourself: Try to put into words, what you are thinking about right now. Speak them out loud, or mumble them under your breath. Single words, half-formed or full sentences are all good.
- Make plans: What will you do on the weekend? Write a journal entry (in your mind, if you don’t have a book handy), and use the future tense: I am going to …, I will …, I plan to …
Categories | LEARNING
Tags | language learning
06 Jul 2018