For visual learners colours, shapes, drawings and pictures play the main role in their style of learning. Thanks to them visualisers memorise vocabulary that they are learning in compliance with a channel through which they learn the best – their sight. Even if you’re not a visualiser, you can use these media and methods to better organise your work and make it more aesthetic. Today we will take a closer look at the power of colours. Continue reading “Colours”
If you’re a visualiser (= a person whose mental imagery is prevailingly visual; from: Merriam-Webster Dictionary), this method will certainly help you to remember words and whole groups of words effortlessly. Continue reading “Mind maps”
Today you’ll get to know some yellow words. There are a few of them, not many but something is better than nothing 😉 Continue reading “The Yellow Brick Road”
You’ve certainly heard about those little pieces of paper and words written on them. This method enjoys popularity among the learners at every level of language.
Do you want to learn more new words very quickly but in an unusual way? Read this! Continue reading “The stranger the better”
Today we will meet the family of the blue words. Let’s get started! Continue reading “Blue in the face”
Today we will meet the word red. You certainly know that it relates to colour; although, when we put it in context or combine with other words, we will get a great number of new possibilities and meanings. Let’s start! Continue reading “Paint the town red”
It is obvious that every more or less industrious learner of English language would like to enrich their vocabulary. They don’t express themselves sufficiently using words like ‘nice’, ‘good’, ‘bad’ or ‘happy’. These words are not wrong but their meaning is too general. If you want to broaden your knowledge and learn new words in a pleasant way, try some tricks. In this series you’ll find clues which can help you to develop your vocab base. Continue reading “The power of synonyms”