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Which methods do you prefer for learning new words?

Hi,

please can you share your experience with learning new words?

I prefer to listen podcasts and print pdf with line-by-line audio.

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  • mheredgemheredge Posts: 39,129 ✭✭✭✭
    For me, as I'm very visual, I need to see the words written down. Better still, I need to write the new words down and then try to form sentences using them both in written form and speaking them @MartinC.
  • MartinCMartinC Posts: 11 ✭✭
    @mheredge Thanks for you answer :)
  • BubblyBubbly Posts: 29,890 ✭✭✭✭
    I use them in my poetry. We daily have a word prompt where we have to use a new word in our poem, so it is fun learning words like this.
  • JuanjJuanj Posts: 14 ✭✭
    Hello I am new here.
    I use an app called Anki, at least for me is awesome, it has been helping me for 10 months more or less and my vocavulary is much better than before.
    So, try it, and let me know.
  • sokichi1309sokichi1309 Posts: 71 Inactive
    I always write down and create the sentence with new word, sometime i review it.
    It's my way : )
  • inaamzinaamz Posts: 8 Inactive
    When I listen or read a new word then I google it for the meaning and I try to remember those words though I don't use all newly learned words in writing or speaking.
  • Rafael_LORafael_LO Posts: 6
    > @Juanj said:
    > Hello I am new here.
    > I use an app called Anki, at least for me is awesome, it has been helping me for 10 months more or less and my vocavulary is much better than before.
    > So, try it, and let me know.

    As @Juanj said, Anki is awesome. If I were you, I should take a look.
  • walterwalter Posts: 683 ✭✭✭
    When i learn new words, first that I do it`s listening some video with subtitile in english. While i listening i at the same time write down word which i don`t know her meaning. When video end up, i read that word which a wrote down, and again listen many times same video, but this time subtitles always been off.
  • Nks123Nks123 Posts: 4
    I usually see english movies,english cartoons and podcats because from it i get some new phrases and new funny words.i use these words when i talk to my friends.
  • Nks123Nks123 Posts: 4
    I know this is not a good method to learn new things but i didn't get proper guidelines to speak
    and learn english.
  • Nks123Nks123 Posts: 4
    Another way i write new words from movies and after full movies ends,i get meaning of it and again i saw the movie for better practice these words.
  • mheredgemheredge Posts: 39,129 ✭✭✭✭
    @Nks123 this is a very good way to improve your vocabulary.
  • bleucielbleuciel Posts: 35 Inactive
    i write them down and try to make sentences using them
  • raghavsharmaraghavsharma Posts: 17 Inactive
    well i have actually made a timetable ... so for daily i learn 10 new words, and write it down in my notebook with its meaning , and at the weekend , i just revise all the words of past 7 days, for now i have started with 10 words . but soon i will increase yhe no. of words for each day.

    But i guess it has helped me alot. Sometimes i take the words from dictionary or from newspaper or from somewhere else. You can also imply for the same , But this truely has helped me alot..👍👍
  • VevoVevo Posts: 7
    By writing down them more and more, till I can remember it instantly during the conversation
  • amatsuscribbleramatsuscribbler Posts: 3,055 mod
    @bleuciel - Have you tried doing the Take 3 Words Game?
  • ydogan85ydogan85 Posts: 23 ✭✭
    the app wordable is great for this.
  • faiz49faiz49 Posts: 161 ✭✭✭
    [quote="amatsuscribbler;c-267753"]@bleuciel - Have you tried doing the Take 3 Words Game?[/quote]
    What kind of game is that ?
  • faiz49faiz49 Posts: 161 ✭✭✭
    @Vevo it takes a lot of time buddy
  • MehrdadMehrdad Posts: 25 ✭✭
    By reading passages and using new words of the text in different sentences. In my idea, it would be useful if we use them in short stories or kind of games.
    I don't know I could make myself clear or not!!!
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