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How can I improve my knowledge of Spanish vocabulary?

There are plenty of fun, engaging ways that will improve your vocab knowledge. On the internet there are a wide range of resources. The more of your senses that you use, the more you will remember. VISUALLY watching interactive videos, actively LISTENING to new words or playing GAMES such as word hangman are all great fun. Even repeting words outloud or writing them down again and again will help improve your vocabulary. 

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