There are several strategies you can use to help memorize English vocabulary:
- Repetition: The more you repeat a word, the more likely you are to remember it. Try using flashcards, word lists, or apps that allow you to review vocabulary on a regular basis.
- Association: Try to associate new words with something you already know. For example, you can associate the word “book” with the image of a book, or the word “happy” with the image of a smiling face.
- Context: Try to learn words in context, rather than just memorizing a list of words. This will help you understand how the word is used and make it easier to remember.
- Use the word: Try to use the word you’re trying to learn in your own sentences and conversation. This will help to solidify the word in your memory and make it easier to recall.
- Games and fun activities: Try to make learning vocabulary fun by using games and other interactive activities, such as crosswords, word puzzles and matching games.
- Learn with mnemonics: Mnemonics are memory aids that can help you remember new words. For example, if you need to remember the word “abdicate,” you could create a mnemonic such as “A bad king did it, can’t have him ruling.”
- Get involved in reading, watching and listening to native speaker’s content, this will help you to get familiar with the words that are commonly used and also it will help you to improve your understanding of the language.
- Take a language class or find a language exchange partner to practice speaking and listening skills.
It’s important to remember that memorizing vocabulary takes time and practice. Consistency is key, try to dedicate a small amount of time each day to studying new words.