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Organise and learn new words easier, faster, on the go.
Organise and learn new words easier, faster, on the go.

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If on your way to work you spot a fellow passenger, a respectable looking guy in his forties reading Winnie the Pooh, don’t be alarmed.

He might be harmless and actually sane and just a foreign language learner.

What is normal, recommended and effective to do when developing your reading skill at different stages of your language learning journey?

http://blog.vocblocks.com/2018/04/how-to-develop-your-reading-at.html
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If on your way to work you spot a fellow passenger, a respectable looking guy in his forties reading Winnie the Pooh, don’t be alarmed.

He might be harmless and actually sane and just a foreign language learner.

What is normal, recommended and effective to do when developing your reading skill at different stages of your language learning journey?

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Learning a foreign language means learning a lot of new words. And not forgetting them.

But what if you have a bad memory? There is a way out. Find out more in our blog post:
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So, you want to improve your pronunciation but not sure what you need to do?

From our new blog post, you will learn what pronunciation training is, what the steps are and why you need a mirror to sound better in your target language:

http://blog.vocblocks.com/2018/02/pronunciation-pain-part-2-welcome-to.html
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Do you speak a foreign language with an accent and would like to improve your pronunciation?

That's fab 'cos we have a blog post for you!

In this post, we will dig into the terms and examine if you really need to improve your pronunciation plus the chances for you as an adult language learner to do so.
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Do you have a language learning plan for 2018?

If not, head over to our blog for ideas and a free planning template!
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Do you know why some people are good at learning foreign languages while others are not?

The answer is active learning.

We believe that active learning is the only effective learning.

Memoriser is a very flexible tool that facilitates your active study and allows you to make your own choices on how you practise your new vocabulary.

Learn more about fine-tuning Memoriser to suit your individual needs:
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How do you remember new words easier?

That's right, by making them your own with My vocBlocks. And by doing all sorts of exercises with these words. This is what Memoriser is for.

To get your head around all those buttons you see in Memoriser and make the most out of your Memoriser sessions, check out our new blog post:
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How do you remember new words easier?

By making them your own.

For example, if you want to remember the word 'nerdy', you record this word with a picture of your favourite Sheldon from the Big Ben Theory attached to it.

Voilà! This new word is now pinned to something you know and like! Or dislike!

My vocBlocks help you make unknown words your own.

Read more about My vocBlocks in our new blog post:
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