The video shares several tips on how to remember vocabulary, emphasizing the importance of repetition and finding one's learning style. To learn new words effectively, the viewer should limit themselves to 3-10 new words a day, and repeat them seven times a week. Visual learners can use pictures, posters or sticky notes to aid memory retention, while creating sentences improves grammar and vocabulary retention. Additionally, making connections to one's native language enhances memory retention. Overall, the key to retaining new vocabulary is to repeat and review in different ways frequently.
00:00:00 In this section, Ronnie teaches viewers how to remember vocabulary. The first rule is to repeat, repeat, and repeat. It's important to find your learning style, such as visual or audio, and use techniques that work for you. Ronnie suggests using a poster or sticky notes to see new words every day to help remember them. However, it's important not to overwhelm yourself with too many new words. Limit yourself to 3-10 new words a day to successfully learn and remember them.
00:05:00 In this section, the speaker provides some tips for improving vocabulary retention. He recommends repeated exposure and repetition, with the example of repeating 10 new words 7 times a week resulting in 70 new words learned. Drawing pictures with English words inside is another strategy that works well for visual learners. Making sentences with new vocabulary words improves grammar and helps to repeat the word, while using similarities or connections to one's native language will help memory retention. The key takeaway is to repeat and review new vocabulary frequently in different ways to improve memory retention.