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Today, it's decided: you'll start learning vocabulary in your target language.
Type "vocabulary in Spanish/Chinese/Japanese" into your favorite search engine and click OK.
Pick the first website that appeals to you and check it out. Is it interesting? Does it offer word lists?
If you find a themed word list, I suggest you copy and paste it into Open Office or Word.
Then, print the page and start learning the words!
Yup, it's as simple as that. Just don't forget to ask a nice native speaker to pronounce the more difficult words for you. If you don't know someone who speaks the language you're learning, learn phonetics (= written symbols that represent sounds). That way, you can check the phonetics of the difficult words in your dictionary. It's a really good way to improve your pronunciation!
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