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Speak it over and over again
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I am studying English and trying to get ready for IELTS exam,all my teachers told me not to try to gather a vocabulary notebook, because it's less than 1% you go back to check the words wrote down before. So I needed something to memorise as well. In my opinion all the suggestions properly work when we are trying to study for some special exams for instans. I really need such tips to improve myself in writnig. In my opinion one of the most important way to achieve good grades in writing is learning words and absolutely have good knowledge about when we need to use them or how we should use them indeed.I personally need text, sentences or even movies which include meaning of that special almost hard word and need to undrestand when/how I can use it.

Recently I have found an application which is really helpful. I can say it' an "all in one application".It contains lots of movies, text, synonyms and etc."WordUp" is an amazing app that you can enjoy your studying with.
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write 10 definition and key word like 40 times each page, then put a reminder on your phone to go over these definitions tomorrow, then test yourself the day after.
Then put a reminder to test yourself in a weeks time
Then put a reminder to test yourself in a months time
then through these gaps learn 10 of them,
in about 3 or 4 months it will be second nature
You will probably even remember them 5 years after the exam lol
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