Carol was a good student. She wrote everything her teacher said in her notebook. However, Carol had a problem. When she tried to speak English at meetings, words wouldn’t come to her mind. I asked her how she studied, and she explained that she memorised expressions from a list but never practised them. I reminded Carol that you don’t really know a concept until you’ve actually learnt how to use it and advised her to change the way she learnt. How could she do that? Read on to find out.

Learn Words Properly by AD Miles