These lessons are all about how to learn more effectively, as well as how to recall and remember new words when you need to use them.

The Brain Gym

Today, I want to share with you some of the brain training exercises I use to help me learn things faster and be able to remember and recall them later.

A healthy mind needs a healthy body, and just as physical exercise is good for the body, it is also good for the brain.

Watch and learn about activating the Right & Left parts of your brain to help you learn a language, or anything, easier.

How To Train Yourself To Remember Words Quickly

This technique is not about being perfect, it is about having the ability to recall and use the vocabulary that you have studied already, but you just can't remember it when you need it most.

Don't aim for perfection, just aim to get better each time you use this method. Remember to keep a record of your score so that you can compare and see your progress over the weeks and months ahead.

How to learn new vocabulary

In this video, I will share with you just one method that really works to help you learn and use more English vocabulary so that you can fluently and confidently speak English.

If you are studying for your IELTS or TOEFL exam, then this is a great way to increase the words you can use in your Speaking and Writing exams.

If you want to become fluent in a language you have to learn and use more words, so try these techniques out and let me know how you get on.

What Vocabulary Should I Learn?

If you feel that you need to learn more English Vocabulary, but you don't know where to start, then this lesson will help you to decide which words are important, and which words you can ignore for now.

Your Active Vocabulary will help you with up to 95% of all spoken and written communication needs, so don't neglect your vocabulary skills.

What Vocabulary Should I Learn? #2

In this lesson, I will tell you what vocabulary you should learn to improve your Active Vocabulary Skills.

Learn New Vocabulary & Prepare to Speak on Any Subject

In this tutorial, I will share my strategy for learning new vocabulary and preparing yourself to speak on many different subjects that you may be asked about in an IELTS speaking exam.

You can also use this strategy to learn about any new topic for any exam.

LEARN & REMEMBER with Flashcards & Visual Images

Most people are visual learners. That means that we learn and remember better when we see something, rather than just being told something.

In this video, I want to share with you my favourite method for learning new vocabulary by using the power of your imagination and association.

Language learning will never be the same again once you try it!

Be Suave - A Great Technique To Help You Learn

Do you want to learn new vocabulary, phrases, or even grammar quicker?

Try this technique and see how it quickly improves your ability to recall new languages easily.

Note Taking vs Note Making | A Faster and Better Way To Take Notes

Learn to study faster and more efficiently, and remember more! I will show you my favorite system for taking notes to help you to become a better active listener. I’ll explain how to use this method and show you an example of it. This method will help you if you are learning a language, or if you attend meetings, conferences.

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