Study a language effectively using flashcards
What are flashcards?
Flashcards are small cards made of thick 300 grams paper, where you write a word or question on the front and the meaning or answer on the back.
It makes studying both fun and effective, because you only revise the cards you don’t know yet every day.
While you’re writing the flashcards yourself you’re already retaining information.
How it works
If you want to learn a new language you’ll have to study a lot of idiom. Idiom is perfect material to study using flashcards.
You write the word on the front and the meaning on the back, using one flashcard per word. Then you’re going to revise the idiom using the Leitner Cards System (see below).
The huge advantage of this is that you’re working in a really efficient way, since you’re only revising the words you don’t know yet every day. The other words are only revised every so often.
Studying using the Leitner Cards System
If you don’t know a card from box 2 or 3, it moves back to box 1.
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