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How to build English vocabulary effectively
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After carefully mulling '10 know English vocabulary learning efficiency "and" 10 Tips learn English vocabulary, "they hand let's find out" How to build English vocabulary effectively. " Tip + combined with the method of science, perhaps we will not hesitate to learn more English words. Let's see the following article:

Learning vocabulary is an investment of time and effort to bring joy and practical benefits. At least 15 minutes per day spent focused on learning vocabulary can rapidly improve your vocabulary. Thus you can increase communication skills, writing and speech. Property rich vocabulary will help you a lot in school, work and in society. It helps you understand the ideas of others and like the others can think and understand your ideas better.

Of course you already know thousands of words, and you continue to learn more though is that you can use or not. The truth is, many know the word you see them by accident while reading a book, in communication or while watching television. But to increase efficiency, you need a consistent approach and dedication to it. If one day you just learn a new word after 3 years you will have over a thousand new words in their vocabulary. However, if you're willing to learn 10 words a day, within a year you have added more than 3000 words, and may have formed a habit of self study and improve themselves.

4 steps to increase vocabulary

1. Identify words

Many people are surprised when they have very little vocabulary "although a lot of reading." This suggests that simply is not enough to read it to learn new words. For example, when reading a novel we often have a desire to quickly end the story and ignore the words are unfamiliar. It is clear that when a word having absolutely no idea, you will have to pay special attention to the words seem familiar to you but does not know its exact meaning.

Instead of avoiding those words, you need to study them more closely. First, try to guess the meaning of the word in context-or meaning of a passage from it. Monday, if you have at hand a dictionary definition, please check it immediately. This can slow down the reader but to understand the meaning of the word more will help you read faster and understand more quickly the next paragraph. Practice words daily, whenever you read books, listen to the radio, watching television or talking with friends.

2. Read

Once identified, the vocabulary and reading is the next important step to increase their vocabulary. Because you will see most of all need to learn. That was the best way to check the words that you learned. When you come back from there, you will understand it. This proves that you know the meaning of the word. You should read what? Anything that appeal to you-do whatever you want to read. If you love sports, you can read the sports pages in newspapers and magazines such as Sports Illustrated, or the book of favorite athletes. If you are interested in interior decoration, read magazines like House Beautiful - read only compete but do not just look Nhe

Those with low vocabulary do not like reading at all because they do not understand the meaning of many words. If you feel like reading boring, try other ways easier. Usually easier to read newspapers and magazines. Reader's Digest magazine easier to read The Atlantic Monthly. Will not help if you read things you do not understand or excited. It is important that you read or what you feel and read as often as possible.

3. Use a dictionary

Most everyone knows how to investigate the meaning of words in the dictionary. Here are some points to note:

• Having a separate dictionary
Let it stay where you regularly read

• Circle your search
After the circle, your eyes will naturally move to the circle from which you just open whenever the dictionary. This will help you quickly review

• Read all the meaning of the word
Remember that a word can have more than one meaning, and means that you can not find that first appeared in the dictionary. Even if such a different meaning of the word and help you understand how to use that word. And in each interpretation of the words, will be able to tell you more about the development process to the current meaning of the word. This can increase the interest in learning vocabulary and will help you remember more.

4. Learn and practice regular moderate

As known from then, the construction of simple vocabulary review from regular practice until it is in your memory. Ideally, you set yourself a certain time of day to learn new words. During this time, you can look up the dictionary meaning of the words that you see and review old words in the learning process. Set targets for the number of words you will learn in a day. 15 minutes a day will yield better results than a half hour a week, or the like. However, if you can only spend half an hour a week they can start that way. Then you can spend more time with it and be on track.

To review from the efficiency, all information which should be left with a site, such as in a notebook or index cards. Index cards are very convenient because the words are arranged in alphabetical order so it can look easy. And you can also take them with you and learn vocabulary everywhere. Learning from a methodical, systems and review training for at least 2 weeks.

Do not throw away the card catalog because you would have felt his performance is achieved when more and more cards that set up and can sometimes look older cards that her husband thinks "Actually I did not know before that there's this from? "
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