IWTYAL 015: How do I organise vocabulary from different books?

itunesButtonJudi asks: “I’m learning Spanish from two different books at the moment. How can I keep my vocabulary organised between them?”

In this episode:

  • Learning with two different books
  • Keeping vocabulary organised between the two
  • Taking the most important vocabulary and learning that

Resources featured in this episode:

makewordsstick2Today’s featured resource:

  • Make Words Stick – my book about how to learn vocabulary… and never forget it!


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  • Nicky crane

    Kurmanji is very challenging from home, and I did not manage to talk even once a week sometimes. So I came to Turkey and am tslking at least a little every day. No k teacher on Italki either tho some language partners are very helpful – when they have time and energy…. Am avoiding working at Turkish. Some is coming back, but I am in the bus for Kurdistan, so should be able to speak just Kurmanji. Hope to meet people who will stay in touch after I go back to Albania. Am still around A1 level, I guess, though had a couple of 2 hour sessions with a friend and her friends, speaking only Kurmanji, but they did most of the speaking!,