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If you know you need more words, but you gave up because of a lack of time or a “bad” memory, then here are three reasons why you should try using a memory machine.
But first let me answer this question:
“I know more words… I just don’t use them.”
Jan was a student who had been learning English for years.
For more than two decades, in fact. Since he was a kid in school.
It’s the same technique used by the world’s fastest language learners.
It’s the same concept employed by guys and girls who win memory competitions.
And it’s what I teach my private students.
This is my neighborhood in Prague.
Notice the two tourists looking at the giant map?
Like a lot of European capitals, we get a lot of tourists.
How many words are in the English language?