Flashcards appear regularly on your screen while you are getting on with your daily business on the computer: working, surfing on the web, or browsing your social media platforms.
Storing a memory in multiple representational modes — such as words, images and sounds —provides more retrieval cues to bring it back to mind.
Every vocabulary word has an accompanying picture. This creates a powerful neural connection between the word and its image. With this simple trick, the information is pushed into your brain.
Train your acoustic perception right from the start. Each word is voiced by a native speaker. This helps you to retrieve information from your memory more efficiently.
Your memory will capture the vocabulary more efficiently by reading an example sentence. This a smart, and easy way to memorize any vocabulary word.
Through the subconscious recognition of the flashcard you automatically absorb the information into your memory. This technique will improve your brain's recall ability.