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Hi, everybody! Welcome back to Top Words. My name is Alisha, and today we're going
to talk about 10 different ways to remember words. So these are actually
some ways to remember words that you have sent into us, so I'm really excited
to see what your recommendations are! I study other languages, so let's talk
about it! Let's see. I associate new words with words that sound similar in my
native language. If you're studying English, your native language might share
some words. So, like, I'm studying Japanese, and for example the word "chocolate"
sounds very very similar in Japanese. So in English the word is "chocolate",
in Japanese the word is "chokoretto" so it sounds similar. So that's an easy
word for me to remember. I learned about the roots of words and how different
words are related to each other. Many words in English have roots in very very
old languages like Latin, so a word like omniscient, for example, can be broken
down into maybe two parts: the omni-, "omni" meaning "all" or "everything";
and -scient, the "scient" part relates to "knowledge" or "knowing". So together the word means "all
knowing", omniscient. And maybe you can guess the meaning even if it's the first
time you've seen the word. Okay!
I listened to songs and memorize the lyrics.
This is also a common way to to help kids learn things, too, through songs.
Opposite of b, plus or minus the square root of b squared minus 4ac all over 2a.
It's a quadratic function equation; because of the song, it's still in my
head! Thank you Mrs. Syme.
I often watch TV or YouTube videos that are designed for young children.
That's how children in the native language learn, so it's a
great tool for you, don't be embarrassed to do that, I do that! In English, we have
Dora the Explorer, we have Sesame Street, we have another channel that's made for
children's content, but it could be useful for you, it's called Kids VS Life.
So please be sure to check that out.
I speak as often as possible with native speakers. A native speaker can go, "ah!
that's a strange thing that you're saying." So there are a lot of
small factors that you can't get unless you're speaking with a native speaker, so
this is a really really great tip. If you're interested in doing this with us,
we have on EnglishClass101.com a special subscription which is called the
elite level of subscription, where you get to actually study with one of our
teachers here. So if you don't have somebody that you can study with now,
that might be a way to do it. Please check that out if you're interested.
I tried to use the language routinely in the context of daily life.
when you're alone, just doing stuff at
home, like, making breakfast or cooking, or doing the laundry, if you use the
language, just to say, like, now I'm going to, I don't know, cut vegetables, or
Oh! I need to do laundry later today, or thinking about your appointment, whatever.
Another good example is, really, I put my phone into my target language. You're
telling little stories when you're having conversations with people, so get
used to telling yourself the story. I use repetition reading, writing, and speaking
words over and over again. Keep repeating in your studies, even if it feels like,
you know, you're not making any progress, you are just the act of doing that
repetition can be helpful for you. If a football player never throws a football,
he's not going to be able to throw it very well, is he?
You have to repeat, repeat, repeat, and then when you're faced with the actual
situation where you need to throw the football, you need to use that vocabulary
word, you're ready,
you already know how to say the word. So yes, repeat, it's good. I try to think in
English so it becomes natural to my thought process. I do this, I think about
what I need to do, I think about what I have done, I think about what I'm going
to do, and so in that way, you can practice past tense, future tense, and
present tense. Recently this has been happening to me, I've started dreaming in
Japanese from time to time, or I dream bilingually. It's exciting, I think.
I tried to use the word in a simple sentence. So I learned whole phrases, not
just individual words. Yes, this is a huge tip! So vocabulary is important, of course.
If you don't know a keyword you might miss the meaning of something, but
context is important, too. So there might be two words which seemed very similar,
like big and large, for example, but when should i use large? When should i use big?
Like, if you're clothes shopping and you say "do you have this in a big-sized?" It
might not be the correct way to use the word, instead, "do you have this in a large
size?" is the correct phrase. so learning how to use the correct vocabulary word
at the correct time is important, and you can do that through studying sentences
and phrases instead of just vocabulary.
This is why reading is important, i think. Reading as much as possible, especially
the newspaper, helps me to remember words. When i was a kid, i just read everything
I was so into reading, I loved it! And I think that it helped, it actually
helped my language skills improve even in my native language! Again, at first
it's really hard to do and you might have to use a dictionary a lot, but
you'll learn gradually more natural speaking patterns, more natural writing
patterns, too, which will help you to sound more natural when you speak, and maybe it
can help your listening skills, too. When you can listen for those patterns that
you see in textbooks, that you see in newspapers and novels, whatever. It's a
great tool, reading. And thank goodness! That's the end! So those are 10 tips that
you can use to remember new words and new phrases, try them out!
I'm going to be doing my best with my target language, i hope that you do, too.
Thank you very much for watching, please, please, please subscribe to our channel
if you have not already, and we will see you again soon for more exciting
information. Bye!
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