#365daysoflanglearning – Day 15

Hey guys! Are you having a lazy Sunday? Well, oops–it’s time to do some language learning anyway! 😉

Now, today’s prompt relates back to all the words you’ve been collecting as a part of this challenge–so go find them wherever you wrote them down. I’ll wait.

You’re back? Awesome!

So, today’s task is: Create flashcards to learn the words you’ve collected so far.

You may have already done this, in which case–great, take the day off! (But don’t forget to review!)

If not, then open up your favourite program/website/get out some notecards and make some.

If you’ve never used flashcards at all, then there are a few ways you can do it. If you want physical ones, get some notecards or scraps of paper and make them, with your target language word on the front and your native language word on the back. Test yourself with them going both ways. You want to be able to produce these words, not just recognise them.

If you want something digital, then there are a few routes you could take. You can download and use a software called Anki, which is pretty straightforward. They also have an online version once you’ve set it up on your computer.

You could also use Memrise, which is all online-based (but they have a free app on Android and iOS). Quizlet is one that I’ve not used very often, but it seems to be similar to Anki and Memrise.

If you don’t like any of those options, then try looking around–I’m sure you’ll find something that suits you!

Here’s your pic:

#365daysoflanglearning - Day 15

See you tomorrow!