Improve your English vocabulary skills by up to 54%

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This workbook will help you improve your vocabulary skills by up to 54% after just one use!

With Words My Way forget about the awkward silence and the feeling of embarrassment when you can't form a sentence in English. Our unique way of storing and learning vocabulary will help you remember the words in a way that you can easily recall them when needed. And we have research results to prove it! Since it's not level related, anyone can use it - from beginners to advanced English learners. Find out more and watch a special tour with the author here.

What is Words My Way?

why you should try "WORDS MY WAY"

IT WILL GUIDE YOUR LEARNING PROCESS

Words My Way will guide you through the stages of learning a new word and you'll learn some unique tips and tricks on how you can train your brain to remember words more easily, all to make the learning process as efficient as possible.

IT WILL TAKE YOU FROM PASSIVE TO ACTIVE LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE

Through the creation of mental links with your existing pre-knowledge, Words My Way comprises sets of tasks that are going to help you store new vocabulary in your long term memory faster and help you get ready to actively use new words. 

IT WILL ENGAGE ALL YOUR LANGUAGE SKILLS

With a specially designed board game, Words My Way will make you use both your receptive skills (listening and reading) and productive skills (writing and speaking) with your classmates, friends or family so you can learn while having fun.

Testimonials

I would genuinely recommend this workbook to my students, as it is proven that physically writing with a pen can drastically improve your memory of what you're learning.

@english.with.dan

I appreciate the fact that you can actually play with the words by creating word maps, example sentences, collocations. I’ve learned new words without even focusing on it. Totally recommend!

@danielsvitanek

I love that it covers absolutely everything about a word, not only one part. It takes time to work on it, but it's so worth it because you learn so many other words from the one you started with.

@jelovic.daniela

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