1. You organize new vocabulary into topic groups using a mind map
In doing so, you can mark the stress:
You can give audio file to the words. See:
2. You can write words with similar meanings.
synonym for appealing (= attractive)
3. You can write words with their opposites.
opposite of coward (verb) (=brave(ry)
noun= cowardly (=bravery)
4. You can write a definition in English.
1. To move faster than walking (= run)
In doing so, you can write the different tenses (= ran, run, running) as well as different parts of speech such as for example: noun (n.), adjective (adj.), verb (v.), etc.:
run (v.), running (n.), runner (n. person)
5. You can make a sentence with the new word or expression.
… is learning something so well that you remember it. (Memorizing)
Example of a sentence structure:
6. You can make notes about how to use the new word or expression.
Information or informations? (Answer: always countable)
7. You can use pictures and diagrams.
8. You can write word pairs:
man and wife
life or death
pros and cons
salt and pepper
fish and chips
supply and demand
9. You can write a personal association.
Uncle… was a… (womanizer)
synonym for philanderer
10. You can create lists of word definitions:
1. occupation or function (service industry)
2. work performed (service i.e. military service)
3. religious ceremony (service)
4. act of serving: (to serve)
5. etc., etc.
Create 30 flashcards using each of the techniques listed above 3 times. Continue adding words in regular intervals.