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1. SEVEN x SEVEN
Research show that you must see/use a word seven times in seven ways to learn it.
It is better to learn a little every day than all the day before the test!
3. WORD CARDS
Make cards of new vocabulary, write the English on one side, and a picture, phrase, or translation on the back.
Testing is one of the best ways to learn, fold the list and write the words, ask a friend or parent to test you – NOT in the order on the list!
Try to develop a routine where you learn your vocab at the same time every day, stick the list n the bathroom when you clean your teeth, or in the car on the way to work.
REMEMBER – practice makes perfect!