- How To Learn New Vocabulary Words And Speak English Fluently
How To Learn New Vocabulary Words And Speak English Fluently
So, you are excited. You are motivated. You are inspired. You are ready to travel the world and speak fluent English to everyone you know. You see yourself getting a better job, making more money, meeting influential people, and becoming a more culturally refined person. So, you grab a dictionary and start with the letter A and begin learning new words. The first day you learn 100 new words. But the next day you realize that you forgot what most of them mean. And when you try to talk with them...you cant recall the words.
- 1. How To Learn New Vocabulary Words And Speak English Fluently
2. The first day you learn 100 new words. But the next day you realize that you forgot what most of them mean. And when you try to talk with them...you cant recall the words.You are frustrated!
3. Heres how to learn new vocabulary so you dont forget them and speak fluent English
4. Learn Less...But More OftenSo, instead of studying once a week for a couple of hours...study everyday even if its only for 15 minutes
5. Review More Words That You LearnMake sure you learn words deeply and activate them so that they are on the tip of your tongue when you need them
6. Recycle Your Vocabulary Words As Much As PossibleWhenever you learn a few new words, try to make up a crazy story where you use those words often
7. Use Your New Vocabulary A.S.A.P.Then go to the hardware store and ask the salesman questions about them
8. Just Relax And Have FunDont worry about learning 59,641 words faster than your buddy Joe so that you can impress Mary...
9. About The Author:English Language Expert, David A. Bailey, Jr has helped hundreds of English students just like you learn new vocabulary words and start speaking English like they want to. For English mini-stories that can help you improve your listening skills, start thinking in English, use your new vocabulary fluently, join Davids NEW Learn English Members Only Club at http://EXLenglish.com/members