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    Wink keep the vocabulary in mind

    Hi all teachers.
    I'm learning English every day ,but I forget the vocabulary that I have learn
    How I can keep this vocabulary in minds.
    Thank you.

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    Quote Originally Posted by kira86 View Post
    Hi all teachers everyone.
    I'm learning more English every day but I always forget the vocabulary that I have learnt.
    How I can can I keep this vocabulary in my minds?
    Thank you.
    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    When I learn languages, and when I teach English, I always find that learning lists of words rarely works. Learning a whole sentence or even a little story with the new vocabulary in is a much easier and more interesting way to try to remember new words, grammar or constructions.

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    Hi everyone.
    Thank you for answers.
    I learning with a story ,but I don't keep in mind all word.
    Thank you

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    Quote Originally Posted by kira86 View Post
    Hi everyone.
    Thank you for your answers.
    I am learning with a story but I don't keep in mind remember all the words.
    Thank you.
    If a word only appears once in a story, it can be difficult to remember it. Learning a few short sentences using one word which appears in each might be better way. For example, if you are learning the verb "to drive", you could learn:

    I drive a car.
    My friend drives a bus.
    My father drives a Rolls Royce.
    My mother drives a BMW.
    My brother cannot drive.

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    Banned?
    There must be a reason for it, which I cannot find.

    Please read this : https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/c...-name-tag.html

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    Quote Originally Posted by tzfujimino View Post
    Banned?
    There must be a reason for it, which I cannot find.

    Please read this : https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/c...-name-tag.html
    Members are only banned for good reason, tzfujimino.

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    #7

    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    OK.
    I think I can believe you as I think of you as an old friend of mine.

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    Re: keep the vocabulary in mind

    The 'banned' tag has some value in that it informs other members that they should not expect responses from a member who has been banned. As bhai said, members are only banned for good reason. That good reason may not be apparent to you, but those members of staff who impose bans do not do so lightly.

    It would be inappropriate for the administrators/moderators to explain publicly why a particular member has been banned. We know, and they know; that is enough.
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