Improve your study skills
Part 2 of 3: Using New Words (from http://www.wikihow.com/Build-Your-Vocabulary)
1) Set a goal. If you're committed to building your vocabulary, set a goal for yourself. Try and learn three new words a week and work them into your speech and writing. With conscious effort, you can learn several thousands of new words that you'll remember and use. If you can't use a word effectively and accurately in a sentence, it's not a part of your vocabulary.
2 )Use flashcards (карточки) or post-it notes (самоклеющиеся листочки) around your house. If you're going to make a habit of learning new words, try some simple memorization techniques(техники запоминания) as if you were studying for a test. Hang post-its with the definition of a particular word you hope to memorize somewhere on the wall in the kitchen, so you can study it while V. Add all new words and phrases related to family to your topical vocabulary. fixing your morning cup. Affix a new word to each house plant so you can study while watering.
3) Write more. Start journaling if you don't already, or start a blog. Actively flexing your writing muscles will keep your vocabulary strong. Write letters to your friends.
4) Use accurate adjectives and precise nouns. The best writers aim for concision and accuracy. Get out the thesaurus and use the most accurate word possible in your sentences. Don V. Add all new words and phrases related to family to your topical vocabulary.'t use three words when one will do. A word is a useful addition to your vocabulary if it reduces the number of words in a sentence.
Grammar Spot The Passive
1. Study the theory “Passive Voice” in Grammar focus V. Add all new words and phrases related to family to your topical vocabulary..
2. Make up a mind map. Go to http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Mind-Map, http://www.mind-mapping.co.uk/make-mind-map.htm, https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Диаграмма_связей, https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeMind