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Learning is like diving in the ocean, first you have to study how to swim, then you can jump in.
The same principle applies here. Learn how to swim and afterwards find the nearest ocean.
Initially you will encounter lots of steep roads on your way to success in your efforts but remember one thing ´´Rome wasn’t built in one day´´.
Learn Via Translation
When you translate your learn words in context. Words have multiple combinations, their variations are unlimited.
´´Work´´ can be a noun and a verb. How do we know it’s a noun?
Well Nouns come first, verbs follow it. Translate your target language every day and your efforts will bear its fruit!
When you build vocabulary via translation you study contextual meaning of words. Quite useful right?
Don´t Torture Yourself By Drilling New Words
The more fed up you are with studying new words, the worse your performance becomes.
Let it be. Go with the flow and learn new words naturally without pressure.
Many studies have put forth the importance of an amiable environment when learning new things.
Don’t Neglect Your Listening Skills
When you build vocabulary, build it with audio recordings by Natives.
Play Word Games
Playing word games builds your vocabulary to some extent. You have to think deeply about different words and this way you memorize new words more easily.
You don´t have to Study All Words
Remember one thing. For communication in language we only need to know few thousands of words
Do you remember the time when you couldn’t retrieve a word in your native language? Well, It has happened to all of us and it is a natural part of learning. We learn and we forget.
Reason why we can’t retain them in our memory is their occurrence in speech.
Study with English Teachers
English tutor will guide your properly, explain you complex English words or sentences. When I was learning English, I spoke with English teachers a lot.
You have to take the active part in the learning process. Reading is fine but it is the passive way of studying foreign languages thus not effective as much as the active study of languages!