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This is how I learn Spanish words effecively

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This method:

https://sendvid.com/v7r7ffmv

Forvo (a site with recorded words-mp3). You have to be registered to download files (it`s free):

http://forvo.com/

An images searcher;

http://images.google.com/search?q=Type+your+search+here&tbm=isch&sout=1

Anki:

http://ankisrs.net/

Dictionary:

http://www.spanishdict.com/

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Thank you for your good tipps,  did not practice my spanish for years, need to put some time in it again!

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Some people prefer repeated drills. It works great especially for young people. Some others like to analyze a new word. It works better if he has some knowledge of etymology and phonology. But if etymology fails to help, this "word analysis" may still help with creating a hint as a mnemonic. I use this method extensively (and even wrote a little book about it). To see examples, visit

http://yong321.freeshell.org/lsw/sample3.html

http://yong321.freeshell.org/lsw/sample6.html

where almost every entry is like a mini-blog.

Any critique is welcome.

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19 hours ago, yong321 said:

Some people prefer repeated drills. It works great especially for young people. Some others like to analyze a new word. It works better if he has some knowledge of etymology and phonology. But if etymology fails to help, this "word analysis" may still help with creating a hint as a mnemonic. I use this method extensively (and even wrote a little book about it). To see examples, visit

http://yong321.freeshell.org/lsw/sample3.html

http://yong321.freeshell.org/lsw/sample6.html

where almost every entry is like a mini-blog.

Any critique is welcome.

looks pretty cool yong321. It's always nice to know a little bit about the etymology of words. It definitely helps me to learn new vocab faster.

 

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Thanks for the tips!!! :) Thinking about studying Spanish too.... hmm

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Personally i am using https://ijtalk.com about spanish, russian and english. You  can practice any language with real people for free

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