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Fun way to learn more german words?

Fun way to learn more german words? Topic: Learn to write letters in english
June 21, 2019 / By Basemath
Question: I have this german exam in a few days and my teacher told me that i need to learn more words but i cant just memorize them from a book so whats a more fun way to learn more words? haha
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Adelia Adelia | 9 days ago
Wie wär's damit Sätze aus den Wörtern, die du lernen musst, zu basteln? No seriously, I have trouble memorizing vocabulary too (used to have trouble with English - now it's Chinese) but as for me it was quite simple to move from 3- (C- ...?) to 1- (A- ...?); I watched movies in English with English subtitles; so as for you German movies with German subtitles. When there was specific vocabulary I'd throw as much words as possible in one sentence and would then write it down. A few hours later I kind of forgot what the sentence meant and had to look everything up again, but after he few times I knew what the sentence was about and would also memorize the vocabulary. Word cards as in "building up words" letter by letter might be helpful too if there are difficult words... but that's rather boring. Reading is a good idea too. Don't look everything up. Sooner or later you can guess the missing words and in fact you learn faster that way - you also learn to concentrate on the important parts of a sentence and learn how to easily pick up new vocabulary.
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Adelia Originally Answered: Fun way to learn more german words?
Wie wär's damit Sätze aus den Wörtern, die du lernen musst, zu basteln? No seriously, I have trouble memorizing vocabulary too (used to have trouble with English - now it's Chinese) but as for me it was quite simple to move from 3- (C- ...?) to 1- (A- ...?); I watched movies in English with English subtitles; so as for you German movies with German subtitles. When there was specific vocabulary I'd throw as much words as possible in one sentence and would then write it down. A few hours later I kind of forgot what the sentence meant and had to look everything up again, but after he few times I knew what the sentence was about and would also memorize the vocabulary. Word cards as in "building up words" letter by letter might be helpful too if there are difficult words... but that's rather boring. Reading is a good idea too. Don't look everything up. Sooner or later you can guess the missing words and in fact you learn faster that way - you also learn to concentrate on the important parts of a sentence and learn how to easily pick up new vocabulary.
Adelia Originally Answered: Fun way to learn more german words?
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Peterkin Peterkin
Hi, Give the free and amazing flashcard tool "Anki" a try - http://ankisrs.net/ I use it to learn Vietnamese and English. Eloise
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Peterkin Originally Answered: I want to learn japanese, what is the best program to learn it?
Hello Chris, There are plenty of great resources out there to help you successfully learn the language. Japanese is not too difficult to learn but It does take a lot of motivation and practice to successfully learn the language. The best way to learn Japanese is by taking a class, enrolling in a course or investing in a good textbook. If you can't take classes then the self-study method with the correct resources is a good way. The key to learning Japanese effectively is to work on your grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Its best to think of these as separate categories and focus on each specific category as these require different methods and techniques. Start by learning the basics through grammar. These books really helped me. • Shin Nihongo no Kiso I & II • An Introduction to Modern Japanese by Osamu Mizutani & Nobuko Mizutani • Japanese Demystified by Eriko Sato a self-teaching guide These books cover both polite Japanese, which is extremely important to learn in order to speak Japanese effectively and causal Japanese, which is great for everyday conversations. I also recommend trying to learn a certain amount of vocab or kanji each day as this helps you build up your vocab and kanji ability. I tried to learn 5 kanji per day or about 20 a week and did the same with vocab. Watching Japanese anime or any Japanese TV program is a good idea for improving your listening skills and also your vocabulary. Keep a notebook and jot down any new words you hear. Then look them up and find out the meaning. Websites are not always the best way to learn Japanese. Most websites are run by people with no teaching credentials and are not even native speakers of Japanese. Some of them are just interested in making money and not in helping you in what you need to be successful in learning Japanese. How to Learn Japanese http://japan-australia.blogspot.com.au/2...

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