Memorize the Vocabulary of Any Language in the World Forever, Even If You're Naturally Forgetful
“The Vocab Cookbook is a truly great vocabulary 101 guide. The way Kerstin has divided vocabulary learning into growing, memorizing and revising, is something that we at Lang-8 have been putting to use and let me tell you, it’s been working wonders!” — The team at lang-8.com
If your biggest problem when studying a new language is how to remember all those vocabulary words, then The Vocab Cookbook has the right recipe for you! This guide shows you how to learn and remember the vocabulary of any language forever.
"How do I remember all those words?"
"Is there a secret code?"
"Do I have to spend days reviewing flashcards?"
"Or should I chant the words before I go to bed?"
These questions show how confusing the many techniques out there can be.
Memorizing and remembering vocabulary can become a tedious and intimidating part of language learning. It is commonly said that even the most functional fluency levels are based on the learner remembering over 2,000 words - no wonder you may find the thought of vocabulary intimidating.
Kerstin Hammes is a language lover who has studied over six languages and continues to teach and learn with joy and enthusiasm. In The Vocab Cookbook she will show you how she achieved fluency and trained many learners in English, German, French, Spanish and more.
Imagine having a brain like a dictionary and remembering every word quickly. The Vocab Cookbook has tips to help you with that.
In this short and straightforward guide, you'll learn:
The Three Steps behind successful word memory: Acquire, Memorize, Revise
Where to find the best system for remembering words forever
How techniques can be adapted to suit your own learning styles
Why remembering grammar is different from remembering vocabulary, and what you can do about it
Discover Your Natural Learning Style
The Vocab Cookbook builds onto leading pedagogical and even neurological models, and adds the familiar friendly and professional writing you know from the Fluent blog. Kerstin will guide you through the most important factors of and explain in plain English:
how adults process information when learning a new language how knowledge can be split into easy-to-understand components and how your natural learning style should inform how you study.