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Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. ∼ William Morris The same rule goes for the vocabulary that you collect in your notebook. It should contain language that is… Read More »Recording new vocabulary: 9 guidelines
Do you use your language notebook outside class? Or is it like a jungle in which you get lost? This post shows you how to turn your notebook into a useful, relevant learning tool. In order to create this tool,… Read More »Setting up your notebook as a learning tool
Is your language notebook organized and useful? Or is it a big mess of random notes on vocabulary and grammar? Discover what features will turn a simple language notebook into an effective learning tool. What should a good language notebook… Read More »Take your notebook to the next level
Reviewing words and expressions is fundamental and will boost your vocabulary. Here are ten tips on how to review effectively. 1. Use a notebook. Make it your tool and your treasure chest. 2. Don’t mistake quantity for quality. It is… Read More »10 tips on how to review vocabulary
“Watch films in English”. “Read English books”. “Listen to English”. These are the classic recommendations learners of English get in order to work on their English outside class. But how useful are they to lower level learners, and what are… Read More »The right kind of fun for lower levels