A
Info
  Chat
Useful Memory Trick:
("zao3"- bath; shower; wash, bathe):
At Chinese <bath> houses, they try to sell you all sorts of extra products(品) while you are walking around naked in the shower(氵) and wooden(木) dry sauna area. How embarrassing.
My Difficult Words:
Help Index -> Study Tips

Help

Study Tips

  • Make imaginary pictures, associations and mnemonics for words you are trying to remember. The more outlandish the association, the better the word will anchor into your brain.
  • Vary the places you study. This can help you find different associations for words. If you can't remember a word while studying in your house, you might think of another way to memorize it in a cafe.
  • Space out your study sessions. Studying many times, each for a short period, is better than studying for one long stretch.
  • Slow methodical learning works much better than cramming for tests. An all-nighter may help you pass an exam, but if you want to remember the material long term then more foresight needs to be involved.
  • Mix vocabulary review with a lot of testing. Reviewing vocabulary is good, but to improve long term retention, you should take many small quizes.
  • Find a good motivation for learning. This will help you get you through the grim detail that is involved in studying any subject.