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    how about reciting dictionary?

    I'm a undergraduate in china .I'm always looking for a good way to learn english.do you think to recite a predigested dictionary is s good method?


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    Re: how about reciting dictionary?

    "Reciting a Dictionery" can be the most awfull means and moreover it doesnt serve your purpose of improving English. The most convenient method is to start using English in your everday conversation , both verbal and written.

    The more you use a language in your daily life the more you learn.

    Athikh

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    Re: how about reciting dictionary?

    I agree with Athikh- simply learning words doesn't necessarily mean that there will be a huge improvement. It's better to learn to use the language you have as efficiently as possible and to add to it in a more targetted way.

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