How should I learn English words? It’s a neverending question. A lot of people have come up with different solutions and ideas but everybody seems to forget about one very important thing: THE JOY OF PLAYING GAMES.
You don’t have to be a genius to see how quickly and effectively children can memorise things. They play all day long. This is the source of their motivation, the key to their rapid progress. Unfortunately, play is the one thing that is usually limited in an average school setup.
Several experiments have proven that our learning process is more effective when we support it with games. So here are 5 websites that may help you to really acquire English words. And I doubt you’ll ever get bored.
A few months ago, I started to create my own infographics for improving vocabulary. Thousands of people have shared and published them on their own blogs. This is an example of true success. And this is what you can use to learn new English words for free any time.
If something hasn’t been mentioned here on the blog, I share it on Facebook. 🙂 And for sure, there are plenty of pictures and games that you can see and use only on Facebook. In case you haven’t liked my page already, now is the time to do so.
This is one of my favourite websites for improving English vocabulary. At first, it helps you to remember new words. Then, you learn the spelling and your understanding of the word’s meaning is checked with the help of gap-filling exercises.
Although this is purely for learning vocabulary, you’ll enjoy learning words and have entertainment to last you as long as you like! You should definitely try it! You can learn a wide selection of words for free; however, if you want more you have to subscribe ($12.95/month).
Again, one of the best learning programmes currently in existence. It is supported by the almighty Google itself.
Not only can you learn countless new words, you can check their pronunciation too. Moreover (and this is why it’s really invaluable), the resources are current pieces of news and articles from all over the world – today’s happenings.
5. English Vocabulary Dictionary created by MyEnglishTeacher.eu itself
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