Benefits of habit “Learn new foreign language words”

✓ Improves vocabulary
✓ Helps learn new language faster
✓ Improves self-esteem
✓ Improves creativity

First step:

One new foreign word this week


1. Learn 1 new foreign language word this week and learn where to use it.
2. Add two foreign words to your vocabulary next week.
3. Keep adding a new word until you learn a new word each day. Remember to use them correctly!

Helpful tips to make it a habit:

✓ Same time is key. Try learning new words in the evening after dinner. That way, you will have time to see their application in books or on TV.
✓ Trigger your mind. Put your large dictionary in a visible place for when you get back home.
✓ Let the app help. Use the reminder function in this app to help you remember to learn every evening. When you reach daily learning schedule, you can start tracking days you missed learning on the calendar.
✓ Reward yourself. After 1 month, treat yourself by finding a group to practice your chosen language with. Apply the skills you learned in practical situation.
✓ Celebrate small victories. Every time you perform this habit, congratulate yourself! Say “I’m awesome” or “I’m so cool” out loud and with a smile on your face.

Tips for beginners:

✓ Common words. Start expanding your foreign language vocabulary by choosing and learning words that relate to your work or other daily activities. It’s easier to learn when you have familiar context.
✓ Reminder, keepsake, note and notice. Keep a journal of what new words you have learned and the definitions. Review this journal once a month.
✓ Context is important. Don’t forget to always note down the context in which the word is used. It’s much easier to learn when you have knowledge of the situation.
✓ Synonyms. When learning a new word, always look up its synonyms. You will expand your vocabulary much faster and have more variety to choose from.