Picture this (imagine this situation): You’re in a restaurant and you want to ask about something you see but you don’t know the English name for it to even ask about it?
This section will solve your problem. Using photographs and pictures, you will learn what to call things you are likely to see in everyday life. You will be provided with a labeled picture, such as shown here, and a list of possible answers. Your task is to match the labeled picture item to its correct English name in the list. After repeating each exercise a few times, you should then be able to go through all pictures in a particular setting, quickly naming all labeled items without referring to the answers. This is also a game or challenge you can play with your friends. It is also very easy to repeat this exercise once a week or once a month to refresh your knowledge and make sure your words are retained in long-term memory.[add index of links to sub-items]