– Repeat new words out loud.
– In your logbook, write down the words that seem important, or that you want to memorise.
– Tie the words you learn to a context, write them down in sentences; give yourself examples.
– Link new words to words you already know.
– In order to remember the words you have learned over time, it is crucial to go over them regularly.
– Practice guessing the meaning of new words: words that are similar to those in your mother tongue, or in another language, for example.
– Pretend you’re in situ: say the sentences out loud that are liable to be useful in a given situation.
STUDYING THE RULES OF GRAMMAR
– Practice using the rules of grammar: if you’ve learned a verb conjugation by heart, make up sentences with this verb that can be used in real life situations.
– Compare this with how it works in your own language or a foreign language; the differences and similarities can help you remember the topic you’ve been studying.
LEARNING FROM YOUR MISTAKES
– Read the correct answers carefully. Compare your answers to the given solutions so that you can understand your mistakes better.
– Read the help sections carefully. Don’t forget that you may always read them in the language you choose. To get to all the help sections of the subject, click on “Help” (to the right of the page where the activities are listed).
– Don’t forget that you learn from your mistakes!