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Further vocabulary study after spanish tree - memrise

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Hi,

I've completed my Spanish tree. Just wondering if any one would know of some nice vocabulary drills I could do on memrise. I want to avoid the introductory courses which would just be redundant with the vocabulary and grammar I've learnt here...

This one looks nice already : http://www.memrise.com/course/52752/350-spanish-sayings/

Any useful experience on some other courses?

Thanks in advance, Nicolas

4 years ago

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google fsi languages. but a good way to learn more vocab is to just start reading spanish texts. the immersion section is good for that as well as other internet texts

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/nleconte
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Thank you. I fully realize immersion section is one of the ways to go (because it makes this website viable, and simply because it is useful to read random texts), and I partake in it, but my question was aimed specifically at vocabulary drills. Until duolingo allows me to extract words I encounter during immersion into lists to be used with the spaced repetition algorithm, I have to rely on external resources such as memrise to achieve that purpose. Using the immersion section, I improve my ability to recognize unknown words, much less my capacity to remember the words for future use.

4 years ago