ENGLISH STUDY PLANS | HOW TO MASTER ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS

By watching this video lesson, you will learn how to learn vocabulary in 3 simple steps.

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STEP #1 | FIND WORDS THAT HAVE SIMILAR MEANINGS

  • SUBHEADING
    • The first step is to find words that mean the same as the main word you are studying. By doing this, you will create extra triggers in your brain and automatically increase the number of vocabulary words you know.
  • HOW TO: The steps you need to find words with similar meanings
    • Part 1: Find 3 words that have the same meaning as your main word
    • Part 2: Write the words down in your notebook next to the main word
    • Part 3: Memorize the 3 words
  • EXAMPLE :
    • ROUND → Circular, Spherical, Globular

STEP #2 | SELECT WORDS THAT START WITH THE SAME LETTER

  • SUBHEADING
    • The second step is to select words that start with the same letter as the main word you are studying. This will help you focus on groups of words and not just the one word that you started with at the beginning.
  • HOW TO: The steps you need to select words that start with the same letter
    • Part 1: Select 3 words that start with the same letter as your main word
    • Part 2: Write the words and their definitions down in your notebook next to the main word
    • Part 3: Memorize the 3 words
  • EXAMPLE :
    • ROUND → Rough, Roll, Random
      • Rough: not even or smooth, often because of being in bad condition
      • Roll: to (cause something to) move somewhere by turning over and over or from side to side
      • Random: happening, done, or chosen by chance rather than according to a plan

STEP #3 | SEARCH FOR WORDS WITH THE SAME SOUND

  • SUBHEADING
    • The third step is to search for words that have the same sound as the main word you are studying. By doing this, you will focus on the sounds of words and create audible triggers in your brain as you continue learning more vocabulary words.
  • HOW TO: The steps you need to find words with similar meanings
    • Part 1: Search for 3 words that have the same sound as your main word
    • Part 2: Write the words and their definitions down in your notebook next to the main word
    • Part 3: Memorize the 3 words
  • EXAMPLE :
    • ROUND → Around, Astound, Bound
      • Around: in a position or direction surrounding, or in a direction going along the edge of or from one part to another (of)
      • Astound: to surprise or shock someone very much
      • Bound: tied with rope, cord, string, etc
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Marie Belizaire
Marie Belizaire
11 months ago

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