|Want to start speaking more in your target language?
|You’ll need more words and phrases. In this guide, you'll discover 11 powerful ways to learn tons of new vocabulary with our materials. Let’s begin!
|Number one: Sign up for the word of the day emails
|This is a completely free study tool.
|Just sign up, and every day, you get a brand new word delivered to your inbox.
|You get the definition...
|...the audio pronunciation...
|...and tons of examples, so you’re not just learning “disconnected words.”
|Best of all, reviewing takes seconds, so this is a fast and easy way to pick up words.
|Keep an eye on your email and look for our word of the day lessons.
|Number two: Access our free vocab and phrase lists
|Here, you’ll find tons of vocab and phrase lists based on all kinds of topics that you won’t get anywhere else.
|Holidays, hobbies, conversational phrases, common questions, slang, and much more.
|You can review all of the words with the bonus audio lesson or the audio slideshow.
|Number three: Play a lesson.
|In every lesson, you learn a conversation, and then our teachers break down and translate every word.
|So, here, you’re actually learning words in the context of conversations..
|...and you can easily see how they’re used.
|Number four: Review the Lesson Vocabulary Section
|Want to master the key vocabulary from a lesson? Access the vocabulary section of any lesson.
|Here, you can review the translations and the audio pronunciations of each word.
|You can even play slowed down pronunciations to fully grasp each word.
|Number five: Play the Audio Slideshow
|Want to play words on a loop until they’re stuck in your head? You can do this with the audio slideshow.
|This feature is available on every free vocab list and on all of the lessons.
|With the lessons, just scroll down to the vocab section and click on “slideshow.”
|Number six: Review the Lesson Notes
|You get in-depth lesson notes for every lesson. You'll get grammar explanations,*plus* extra vocab and sample sentences not mentioned in the lesson.
|You can even download the notes as PDFs to print or keep for yourself.
|Number seven: Get the 2,000 Most Common Words List
|Language experts say you need around 1,500 words to be conversationally fluent.
|Here, you get 2,000 must-know words sorted into categories such as Verbs, Adjectives, and Everyday Words, and even by numbers.
|You’ll see the Top 100 words, the top 200, 300 – Up until 2,000.
|You can study these words with the Slideshow
|or send them to the WordBank or Flashcards.
|Number eight: Word Bank
|The wordbank is your personal database of words and phrases.
|If you come across a word you like and want to review later, save it to your wordbank.
|You can save words and phrases from lessons, free vocab lists, and the core 2,000 word list.
|With the WordBank, you can even create and print out word lists to use as physical study material.
|Number nine: Remember words forever with spaced repetition flashcards
|Spaced repetition flashcards are a powerful language learning tool.
|They track your progress, show you words based on how well you know them,
|and show them to you again at the right times (so you don’t forget them).
|So, If you get a word right, you’ll see it again in 7 days, then in 14, then every once in a while, just to refresh your memory.
|If you get it wrong, you’ll see it again and again -- until you get it right.
|You can create flashcard decks from lesson vocab sections, word bank entries, the top 2,000 core word list, and the free vocab and phrase lists.
|Number Ten: Use the Audio Dictionary
|If you want to look up a word, you can easily use our free dictionary
|...and you can save these words into your wordbank as well.
|Number Eleven: Get Even More Lessons in the Lesson Library
|If you want EVEN more vocab lessons...
|Then visit our Lesson Library, and under “Category,”
|You will get all of the lessons dedicated to helping you master must-know vocabulary.
|So if you’re ready to finally learn language the fast, fun and easy way...
|And if you want to start speaking from your very first lesson, get our complete learning program!
|Sign up for your free lifetime account right now. Click the link in the description.
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