Using new vocabulary

Friday, December 28, 2018

Learning new vocabulary is a never-ending goal. It may sound too easy, but one of the best ways to increase your vocabulary is by learning 1 to 5 new words each day. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced speaker, you’re never too old or too fluent to learn new words. 

Overloading yourself with long lists of words to memorize is an overwhelming task. With languages, it’s more efficient to absorb and use new vocabulary slowly, so limiting yourself to an average of 5 words per day is ideal. After one week, that’s 35 new words, and 1,825 new words after one year!

You won’t struggle to form sentences and express your ideas, thoughts, emotions, and processes as your vocabulary increases daily. 

Reviewing old vocabulary and adding 1 to 5 new words each day will have you expressing yourself more accurately and confidently. You'll be amazed at how much you can accomplish!


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