In this lesson, you will learn how to finally remember everything that you learn.
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STEP #1 | FIND
Find an image that represents the new word or expression
Explanation: Finding an image will help you create a visual connection to the word or expression in your brain. This will make it easier for you to remember the word or expression when you are speaking English.
STEP #2 | THINK
Think about a personal experience
Explanation: Thinking about a personal experience related to the word or expression will help you create an even stronger mental trigger in your brain. In other words, the word or expression will stay in your memory longer because there are so many things you can connect it to.
STEP #3 | WRITE
Write down the 5Ws
Explanation: Writing down the 5Ws (who, what, when, where, and why) related to the word or expression will also help you remember it. This will also help you remember how you first learned about the word or expression.
STEP #4 | CREATE
Create 3 unique sentences using it
Explanation: Creating three sentences that use the word or expression will help you organize your own thoughts. This will also create another connection point in your brain for the new word or expression.
STEP #5 | TEACH
Teach someone what you know
Explanation: Teaching someone else the English you know will actually help you remember it even more. This is because you have to organize the information in your head before you teach someone something.