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  1. I can recommend a great tactic!

    10 words a day. And everything.

    In the morning, we recorded it, repeated it, and memorized it. In the evening, we got it, repeated it, repeated it again, I know all the words, I'm a pretty boy, let's go spatki. At the end of the first week, repeat everything, take a small test and that's it

    You will learn 70 words in a week! For a month 300! And in less than a year of such a seemingly frivolous lesson, your vocabulary will consist of ~3000 words, which is enough to read newspapers and literature in your specialty, and there will be practical application in any case (only you also need to know grammar, but you can easily master it after reading a little literature, with your vocabular).

    Good luck with your study!

  2. I think you should start with the basic grammar rules (active voice, tenses-indefinite, continuous, pronouns) and everyday phrases like “the mother was washing the frame” (the mother was washing the frame:)).

    Much more important to learn and master the basic principles of phrasing and as much as possible to use them in practice (I woke up early at 6 am, I'm hungry, where's my shirt?..). It will be easier to determine which word in addition to the base (all forms of pronouns, main verbs – 50-100, basic nouns – 100-200, basic adjectives – 50; there are lists of the 500 (or 1000) the most frequently used words) should be taught first.

    It is better to learn phrases than individual words. Knowing how to build sentences makes it easier to understand the meaning of new words. Knowing only a lot of disjointed words makes it difficult to form a sentence. One word can correspond to several (or even many) translations, depending on the context.

  3. I believe that the main thing in the learning process is regularity. Every day you need to increase your workload, but the minimum amount of what you need to learn per day is 10 new words. At first glance, this is quite small, but for each word you need to learn how to choose the context that would correspond to the style and meaning. The Upstream tutorials are very useful in this regard

    There are also useful Telegram channels where there is a vocabulary with several translation options, for example t.me/engpolls

  4. It is best to write out and learn irregular verbs, because they will definitely be useful to you. After all, as a rule, all irregular verbs are the most commonly used verbs in the language. As for the rest of the words, you should add them gradually. And it is desirable that these words are connected by one topic, for better memorization. The easiest way is to read articles or just texts on a specific topic at your level and write out all the words you don't know. This way, you will not only learn them, but also understand how to use them correctly in your speech.

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