Re: Memorizing words wich aren't used in everyday life or maybe they are?
Welcome to the forum. I'm not sure why you didn't want to open a new thread. You have a perfectly good question. I wish there were a simple answer for you! My usual advice for learning new words is to learn a whole sentence which contains the word, and to make it a sentence which means something personal to you. For example, imagine you have a sister who always wears red shoes, even if they do not match her clothes. You could learn "My sister always wears red shoes. She is so predictable!" (meaning that you can always predict the colour of her shoes).
Originally Posted by darkghozt18
This method might not work for everyone but it seems to work for my students, and it works for me when I'm learning new vocabulary in a foreign language.
I made a couple of amendments to your post in red. Remember to always capitalise proper nouns (such as English) and to end every sentence with the appropriate punctuation mark.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.