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Voc
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How to Learn Vocabulary









A lot of people ignore vocabulary and focus on grammar. But if you don't

have many words, then you can't say very much. In my opinion, in many

ways, vocabulary is more important than grammar. This is especially true

at the early levels of study.









In order to understand a word, you should try to understand and remember:









Form: This refers to the spelling, pronunciation, and the type of word (noun, verb, etc.)









Meaning: This refers to the mental image. This means you should understand how the word is used in context.









Use: Put

simply, how is the word used? Is the word conversation or is it formal?

Is it more often used orally or written? Is it better for business

correspondence or for emails? These are important questions.









There are many ways to learn the form, meaning, and use. Some ideas work

well. Some ideas don't work so well. Some ideas don't work at all! But

no matter the method, you have to return to the words again and again to

remember them. Try this:









Make you own dictionary.









Step One:




After every class, look up the words you didn't know. Write these words in your notebook.









Step Two:




Check the form of the word, especially the type of word.









Step Three:




Make your own definition. Don't copy the definition from the dictionary,

because you won't remember the information so well. The definition can

be in English or Japanese.









Step Four:




Make an example sentence with the word.









Step Five:




Review your dictionary every day.









Step Six:




Add a few words every day.

 
   


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