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英语单词记忆法视频:/ 翻开你的嘴巴。英语培训在那You may find yourself unusually fatigued, not much energy.还会觉得特别疲惫_x0007_,浑身乏力。附原文_x0007_:原文标题_x0007_:Ten ways to learn new words as a language learner网址_x0007_:https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/ten-ways-learn-new-words-language-learnerTeacher and teacher trainer Svetlana Kandybovich, our latest TeachingEnglish blog award winner, shares her top tips for remembering new words.As a language learner, you work hard to expand your vocabulary. You plough through new words every day, make long lists of words and practise with flashcards. However, when it comes to speaking, the new words seem to fall out of your head, so you resort to your old friends – words you already know and have used many times – again and again.Remembering and using new words in speech is often a challenge for language learners. Here are ten strategies to help you make words stick in your mind and use them in conversation.1. No random wordsWe remember what is relevant to us. Making lists or index cards with random words is not usually an effective way to remember and use these words later. Word lists and index cards are great for revisiting vocabulary you have already learned, but to make a new word stick in your mind, try linking it with something meaningful to you. You will be more likely to remember a new word if it is used in a context you find interesting or are passionate about. For example, if you are a football fan, there are more chances you will remember the word 'unstoppable' in a sentence, such as 'Messi is unstoppable', rather than just as a single word or in a generic sentence, e.g. 'Some people are unstoppable'.Tip: The British Council LearnEnglish website features tons of interactive videos, games, and podcasts. No matter what topic interests you, you will always find something there. There are also discussion boards under activities, so you can share your ideas with other learners.2. Learn in chunks and scriptsWe retain words better when we learn them in small ‘chunks’ (i.e. small phrases that combine several words) and ‘scripts’ (i.e. typical dialogues). For example, instead of memorizing the phrasal verb ‘to come up with’, memorize it as part of the phrase ‘to come up with an idea’. This way, you make sure that you know how to actually use this verb in at least one sentence. Similarly, instead of memorizing 33 ways of saying ‘hello’, learn it in a script, such as: ‘Hello, how are you? – I’m fine, thank you’.Tip: If you are into learning with video, TV, and films, try FluentU. There are interactive captions, so if you tap on any word, you will see an image, definition and useful examples. You can also find other interesting resources featuring words in context. For example, this 'SpeakSmart' collection on Instagram has different scenes from popular television series giving examples of particular words and phrases in use. If you love reading, try reading short texts, such as cartoon strips. There are many comics available online, including those for language learners, like Grammarman, which you can also listen to while you read.3. Use your inner voiceLearning is essentially an internal process. To learn a word, you need to get into the world of your inner voice. Try the following: listen to a word/phrase once, now listen to it inside your head, then say it inside your head, then say it aloud. Record yourself saying it and listen to the recording. Does it sound the way you heard it with your inner ear?Tip: On Forvo, you can listen to native and non-native speakers from different parts of the world pronouncing different words and phrases. Just type in the word, choose the speaker and practise.4. Visualise what the word or phrase looks likeDrawing what the word means, either on paper or in your imagination, will help you recall the meaning of the word whenever you hear it. This method works well with idioms, such as 'to keep one’s mouth shut' (informal), meaning, 'to not talk about something'.Tip: In addition to the image of the word, look at word associations in the visual dictionary and thesaurus Visuwords.5. Create mnemonicsTry to create a funny phrase or story that will strengthen the connection between the word and its meaning (known as a mnemonic). I find this technique especially effective when I need to recall words that are hard to spell.Here are a few mnemonics created by my students:‘career’ – car and beer‘island’ – is land‘to lose’ – uh-oh, I’ve lost an ‘o’Tip: There are a lot of mnemonics available online, such as the ‘mems’ created by users in Memrise, but you will have a better chance of remembering the word if you invent your own.6. Use spaced repetitionRepetition fixes new words in your memory. However, repeating them a hundred times over the course of one day will not be as effective as repeating them a few times over a period of several days or weeks (i.e., spaced repetition).Use the new word immediately. Then try to recall it in an hour. Review it shortly before you go to bed. Use it again one day later. Finally, review it in a couple of days after that.Tip: In addition to 'spaced repetition' platforms and online software (e.g.,Anki, where you can practise with full sentences), you can schedule revision on your own. Make index cards with your words (use it in a sentence on one side and put the definition/translation/image on the other), then set up a schedule for revising them. Flick through the cards and sort them into three categories: ‘green’ – words to revisit less frequently in the future, ‘yellow’ – words to repeat from time to time, and ‘red’ – words for ‘frequent visits’.7. Dive deeper into etymologyBefore you look up the word in the dictionary, try to guess what it means. Look at its root, suffixes and prefixes. If you know a few languages, you will start recognising new words that share roots. Researching the origin of new words may help you retain new words better.For example, did you know that the word 'tea' comes from Chinese 't'e' (Amoy dialect), which corresponds to Mandarin 'ch'a'? The English word ‘tea’ (just as in French, Spanish or German) derives from the Amoy form (through the Dutch East India Company that introduced the leaves to Europe). Meanwhile, Russian chai (just as in Serbian, Persian, Greek, Arabic and Turkish) all came overland from the Mandarin form. Now, whenever you hear ‘tea’ or ‘chai’, you will see a lovely cup of steaming tea and know how it got to the country.Tip: Whether you are looking for the origin of idioms or individual words, the Online Etymology Dictionary may be quite helpful.8. Challenge yourself with word gamesThe perception of a challenge stimulates the brain. Games that help you discover new meanings and new words are a fun way to expand your vocabulary.Tip: You can find tons of quizzes and games on Quizlet.com9. Write it downWriting down a new word (or, ideally, a sentence using the new word) helps fix both its meaning and spelling in your memory. Make the sentences true about you or someone you know.Tip: Instead of keeping these sentences to yourself, you can use them in writing games such as the Folding Story. This is an online version of the popular writing game where each player writes one line of a story and passes it on to another player to add to it. In the online version, each player gets just three minutes to write a line and scores points by the number of likes they receive for their lines.10. Speak it into realityIt is not easy to actively recall a new word or phrase in the moment, even if you have tried hard to memorise it. To change this, record yourself speaking for two to four minutes without stopping. You could describe the world around you, or give your opinion on a particular topic. Next, listen to the recording of your speech and notice which words you used. Did you use any of the new words you’d like to activate? Did you use any familiar words that could be replaced with the new words? Afterwards, make a new recording. Is it any better?Tip: Join an online community of language learners such as The Polyglot Club, where you can ask questions and practise with native speakers from all over the world.These are my top ten tips, but you might find that other techniques work better for you. Try to experiment with these tips to see what works for you. Stay positive and enjoy the ride.Svetlana Kandybovich is a teacher, teacher trainer, and blogger who loves to share her ideas about teaching, learning and professional development. Her blog is ELT-CATION.第31篇精读1:精读原文和译文摘自新概念英语;英英释义来自牛津_x0007_、朗文及柯林斯词典;2:新概念英语精读系列旨在经过精读经典教材,夯实英语根底(词汇_x0007__x0007_、长难句、语法点),堆集原汁原味的表达;3:重视本大众号“transhare翻译”,后台回复“新概念”_x0007__x0007_,可得到新概念电子书及有关音频的获取方法_x0007_。将这组单词的中文意思重新写在纸上(不写首字母),不准看书,凭记忆在另一张纸上写出单词。订正后,写出错因,在重复这步操作,直到全对为止。



右脑的记忆速度是左脑的100万倍,右脑的储存量是左脑的1万倍。同时,因为右脑的遗忘率远低于左脑。因此,要是能够记忆术记忆雅思英语单词,要是能够用上记忆术,可以帮助你记得快,记得多,记得牢,不易忘。我是教授记忆法的讲师,我可以帮帮你朋友,家我扣 扣学习记忆法,使你的记忆力速度倍增,轻松学习拿高分。同时只要掌握好这一套方法,你的效率完全可以提高10倍,20倍甚至30倍以上,你的记忆力也会得到飞速的提高,理解力、学习力通通提高。只要你想学的,你都能很轻松地学习好,并且拿高分。在工作上,只要你想做的更棒,你就一定能够比别人更加出色。

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网上外教英语好吗?说得更清楚一点,就是大多数人只是希望提高死记硬背的效率,而并不希望用图像记忆的方式来代替声音记忆(死记硬背),因为图像记忆多了一个把记忆材料转化为图像的步骤,他们觉得多了这个步骤比较麻烦、比较复杂,所以不太愿意接受。



家庭成员英语单词的记忆方法:众多学生家长和听众把张红星定位为一个大脑记忆法专家,张红星先后提出了“脑力管理师”,并独自创立“脑力管理学”,他发现只提升人们的记忆力并不能够真正帮助到大家,只有教会别人如何使用自己的大脑进行记忆,如何掌控自己的大脑思维逻辑,才是最主要的目的。这样不论是在学习上还是生活、工作上都可以更好的、更高效的来运用自己的大脑。他的核心目标就是:“倡导脑力运动,普及脑力教育,以提升每一个中国人的用脑品质”为终生使命。对单词经常进行默写也是个好方法,能更加加深印象,记住单词。找个大一些的本子,划分两个竖行,一行英语单词,一行汉语翻译。找个一样大小的本子盖住汉语部分,看着英语单词把它们的汉语意义都默写在另个本子上。反之可盖住汉语,默写英语。或者让他人念英语你写汉语,念汉语写英语。




(7)Jay Shawn Johnson v.California(2005)当你掌握的许多单词,并且也能看懂简单的文章时候,是不是非常想做几篇英语练习题,来看看自己的英语水平呢,我给大家推荐新概念英语练习册,这个特别适合初学者和底子薄弱的朋友,而且它也贯穿了高中所有的语法,如果觉得不够难度可以上网找找英语四级题目来做做。



June 6月其实这并不代表他的记忆的不够努力,而是这样的情况确实是符合自然规律的。



快速记忆英语单词三大方法:(2)在小锅中加入白糖和清水1/2杯,放入核桃仁,用小火煮至水分将收干、糖汁包在核桃仁上即可。网络上经常用的方法也是:读到很熟,诵上一句,下一句就溜出来了。这个时间再开始背,就比较容易了!有师兄分享的经验是,熟读之后,分段落背诵!每天背一小段。第二天,再把前面背下的温习一下,再续背一段。这样很快就背下来了!



当你抄了一遍的过程结束以后,实际已经是对这些单词有了一个强记的过程,写下来的东西印象是挺深的,为以后的背诵已经打下一定的基础了。把这些卡片每天抽五张带在身上,在车上在楼梯在图书馆在食堂,任何闲暇时间都可以抽出来看看,忘了中文就翻过背面看看,一天下来这五张卡片的100个单词至少可以看上四五遍。每天晚上回到宿舍睡前把昨天的五张再翻出来看看复习下。Unit 6 Bomb Threats the W0rld



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