|If you’re a beginner language learner, you’ve probably already realized just how many words there are. That you need to learn and you already feel overwhelmed by that thought alone.
|How’s it possible to learn 1000s of words when you can’t remember the few words you learned last week? Well, the good news is, if you’re a beginner, you don’t need to know thousands to start speaking the language.
|How to Learn the 100 Most Common Words on Loop
|In this guide, you’ll discover,
|One, Why 100 Words Is All You Need as a Beginner
|And Two, How to Master These 100 Words without Painful Memorization with our Free Study Tools
|But first, if you don’t yet have access to our language learning system.
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|First, why are 100 words all you need as a beginner?
|Because overwhelming yourself with 1000 words is not a good way to learn
|And because of something called the 80/20 rule or the Pareto principle, which states that 80% of your progress and results will come just from 20% of what you’ve done. Meaning, you’ll get the best results from focusing on a few things… instead of trying to do everything.
|In the case of language, learning the top 100 words help you understand almost 50% of the language. So, instead of overwhelming yourself by learning all the words. Many of which you won’t hear in daily conversations. You’ll get much better results by focusing on the top 100 words like “you, this, that, today, Friday,” and so on.
|And you can easily learn 100 words in a month if you learn around 3 to 4 words a day every day for a month. In month 2, you can learn 100 more and slowly build your way up.
|Second, how can you do this?
|You can learn the 100 most common words with our learning system
|When you join just look for the vocabulary menu and click on “100 most common words” in the dropdown menu. This study tool is 100% free for all members. For each word, you get a picture, the audio pronunciation, and an example sentence.
|You can simply review this list for a few minutes a day.
|Write the words out in a notebook, or, you can use our Slideshow Tool and master these words without painful memorization.
|Just click on View Slideshow and sit back and follow along.
|The Slideshow will play one word after the other, along with the audio pronunciation, the meaning, the image, and the example sentence.
|You can also set it to play the target language only, without the translations.
|And even better, if you set the slideshow to play on loop. You can keep the words playing non-stop until they’re stuck in your brain.
|Just imagine, you could spend a few days listening to the words on loop master them all without hard work and speak much of your target language.
|So, if you want to master the 100 most common words with our free word list and slideshow tool. Then sign up for a free lifetime account right now. Just click the link in the description to get your free lifetime account.