The key to understanding English is vocabulary The key to understanding any language is vocabulary.
Vocabulary and Words
Vocabulary means words. We have to learn a lot of words. It is necessary to learn words.
How can we do it?
Vocabulary in Context
We learn words in context. That means we learn words in situations.
Groups of words are called phrases. We learn words in phrases. That mean we learn words in groups.
We learn individual words. We learn single words. It is good to learn individual words but it is better to learn phrases.
Different phrases are used in different situations. It is better to learn words and phrases in context.
It helps you remember if you learn words in real situations. It helps you to remember if you learn vocabulary in context.
Do you have a good memory?
The Vocabulary of Grammar
Grammar has it’s own vocabulary. You have to learn grammar words like, noun, verb, adjective.
Grammar and Patterns
There are patterns in grammar. These patterns are made of words and phrases. Learn phrases. Look at the patterns:
Links to Vocabulary Lessons
Some words are incredibly powerful. They are powerful because they have many meanings. They have many meanings and they are very common.
If you learn to use power words like “beat”, “cell” and “key”, you will increase your power to communicate and you will improve your ability to understand. Link to lessons about power words: