Here are some ways for you to make it easier to add vocabulary, especially for those of you who are beginners, before taking various tests such as TOELF, IELTS, b1 test booking, a2 english test, and others next page.

1. Note the Meaning of Every New Word You Want to Learn

Look at things around you and then say them in English. Can also abstract things. Make a list of abstract things/things that you don’t know in English. Not too much, just 5 per day.
Write a list of words in a book (henceforth we call the Book of Vocabulary). Open the dictionary and find out the English. Then write the sentence using the word list. Make as many examples of sentences as possible, so that you remember the spelling. Only one key is CONSISTENCY.

2. How to Add English Vocabulary by Using Facilities & Infrastructure Around You

Who doesn’t ever watch movies or listen to songs in English these days? Of course, many of you have done it. Movies, TV series, books, podcasts or songs can be an appropriate means to improve vocabulary.

3. Reread the Sacred Vocabulary Book and Use New Vocabulary in Daily Conversation

It’s practice time. After reading through the Sakti Vocabulary Book, now is the time to practice using all the words. Use new vocabulary in everyday conversation. You can slip in new words when chatting in English with friends, brothers, sisters, girlfriends or ex-girlfriends, whoops!

4. How to Increase English Vocabulary by Understanding Phrases or Idioms
Tips for adding English vocabulary is to look for English idioms or expressions. Understand the meaning of some proverbs/expressions. Don’t translate it say. Find out the meaning and understand its use in sentences then make your sentences using idioms.

5. Writing Practice Can Become One Tip for Adding English Vocabulary.

Reading an English article on a website or blog is a fun way to add vocabulary. It’s just that you will be a passive student because you only read/listen (Reading & Listening). While active students usually do writing and speaking activities (Writing & Speaking). How do you switch from passive students to active?

One of them is the courage to contribute to a blog. Writing articles on a blog or website is much more fun. Why is that? Because forced to be an active student who focuses on the work. You can use all of the Vocabulary that you have learned into a post on the topic that interests you.