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Website to develop your vocabulary each day Do you know if there is a website do develop your vocabulary each day? I want to learn new words every day in English.
Apr 3, 2019 5:00 AM
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I recommend a vocabulary learning website such as this one: 


https://www.memrise.com


This website uses spaced repetition software, this means that the words will appear more frequently depending on how often you get them wrong. 


I found this website to very useful for me while studying Korean. Thanks to it I have also learned how to type in Korean. You can find liits of vocabulary or even make your own 


April 3, 2019

There is also Anki. With Anki you may design the way you want to learn new words. That is, you make your own list of words and meanings. You could choose to have a word presented and then you have to remember its meanings. Or, you could create some sentences with a blank that must be filled with the word you are learning or a synonym. I recommend giving as much context as possible, by providing long sentences, instead of learning isolated words and meanings.


I took a quick look at LingQ as @John suggested. It could be a good option, but I don't like the fact that you work with translations instead of using the target language.



April 3, 2019
LingQ is great Mike. You can import articles you are interested in. 
April 3, 2019
I can only agree with Antonio. Anki is great!
April 19, 2019
Try Memrise. It's an app for learning words in different languages. It reminds a game. You have levels and you may have kind of competition with your friends who are learning the same language.

If you want to master sophisticated vocabulary, such that is used in GRE exam, you can install Crome extension for Google called Magoosh Vocabulary. For PC only. 

Every time you create an empty page in browser, you see not 'Google' in the middle, but a word with it's synonyms and a sentence. Also there is an option to hear how the word sounds. 
April 3, 2019
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Mike
Language Skills
Dutch, English
Learning Language
English