Is a word only a word? Or it has more to say than we usually think? Continue reading “Exploring the words”
Have you ever wanted to be a poet? Do you think that it’s demanding? What if I tell you that it’s simpler than you think? Yes, you can become a poet now! Continue reading “Write like a poet”
Studying various styles of learning vocabulary, you can easily reach the conclusion that there is no one perfect method for everybody, simply because everybody is different. If a perfect method doesn’t exist, each learner should think about their own way of learning, right?
The art of translation demands many years spent with languages. Even the smallest nuance can decide about meaning. A ton of dictionaries and reference books, a profound knowledge and a sharp mind – these are the things that create a good translator.
Today we are going to deal with one of the most common problems for especially aspiring translators: literal translation. It’s not a secret that it is not always possible to translate word for word, especially if we translate from a language from one language family to a language from other language family.
English is a global language that has many varieties. The most popular and well known types of English are British and American English. There are also less known and used types like for example Australian English. Does it differ from other varieties significantly? What is characteristic to it? It’s time to get to know how to speak like an Aussie 🙂 Continue reading “Australian English”
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”