Here’s some good news: You don’t have to spend hours a day studying English.
By using the steps mentioned in this article series, you can learn English in just 35 minutes a day!
This is the second part in 6 article series.
7 Minutes: Learn a New Vocabulary Word
Words are all around us.
Even if you don’t understand all the words you read or hear, a lot of times you can understand the basic idea of what they mean.
Instead of using context clues (the words around a vocabulary word in a sentence), take just 7 minutes a day to really learn one word well.
Where can you find words to learn? You can just check Word of the Day in U-Dictionary App .
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7 Minute Vocabulary Word Exercise:
1. Get a blank piece of paper (or an index card).
2. Choose a vocabulary word to learn.
3. Divide the paper into four parts.
4. Write the vocabulary word in the center.
5. In the top left, write the definition and the part of speech (e.g. noun, adjective, verb, etc.) of the word.
6. In the top right, write a sentence using the word.
7. In the bottom left, write synonyms for the word. Synonyms are different words that mean the same thing.
8. In the bottom right, write the different forms of the word. For example, for “swim” you would also write “swims,” “swimming,” “swam” and “swum.” Try to understand when you would use each form.
Now use your new word during the day!
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Note; This article has been adapted from the following source: http://www.fluentu.com/english/blog/how-to-learn-english/