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How Do You Remember Words?

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I use repetition: reading, writing and speaking words over and over again.
I try to use the language routinely in the context of daily life.
I learn about the roots of words and how different words are related to each other.
I associate words with drawings, pictures and funny scenes.
I often watch TV or YouTube videos that are designed for young children.
I speak as often as possible with native speakers.
I say words out loud so that I can actually hear them.
I associate new words with words that sound similar in my native language.
I associate new words with stories, games or movies.
I listen to songs and memorize the lyrics.
I categorize new words with other related words that I already know.
I am persistent in practicing everyday by talking to my family or my dogs, even though they don't understand me.
Reading as much as possible, especially the newspaper, helps me to remember words.
I try to use the new word in a simple sentence so I learn whole phrases, not just individual words.
I try to think in English, so it becomes natural to my thought process.
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Tuesday at 3:16 pm
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Hi Listeners! How do you learn to remember words? Leave a comment and let us know!

Tuesday at 9:57 pm
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Hi Zahra,

Thank you for posting.

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Tuesday at 9:31 pm
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I already watched a video with same lines by Alisha

Wednesday at 2:16 am
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I try to use the words in my dairy life but not always I have success 😕

Tuesday at 10:05 pm
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Hi Firat,

Thank you for posting.

The vocabulary lists are helpful for enriching your English vocabulary.

Besides this tool, it's important to develop your other English skills. Therefore, are you an absolute beginner? If you are and you have no experience with English at all, I suggest you start with the very basics: the alphabet and how to read and write English. There is a whole series dedicated to the alphabet and learning how to write, so please consider starting there.

Another series that is worth watching really early in your English learning is our pronunciation-related lessons.

You would then be ready to start with one of our main series, the Absolute Beginner series.

The next step would be the Beginner series, then the Upper Beginner, the Lower Intermediate, Intermediate, and finally the Upper Intermediate series. Each lesson of these series contains a dialogue and focuses on grammar, vocabulary, vocabulary usage, sample sentences and cultural notes.

In between these series, you can of course listen or watch other series too, depending on what appeals to you and your needs. However, the core grammar is found on the aforementioned series.

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Tuesday at 5:51 am
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Is it enough to learn words