Some students can just sit down at their desk, study from a textbook, and understand the material and be content with that study process. While others, need to find different and creative methods to help with their studies. Whether you like to write poetry or not, it can be a helpful and creative tool when learning English.
Poetry is rhythm and melody based – much like song lyrics – so it’s easier to remember new vocabulary than just merely reading them off a page. Reading through a poem that interests you, but that also rhymes, is more entertaining and therefore you’re more likely to retain vocabulary. However, if you’re not a poetry reader, getting started with this activity can be a little daunting! Here are some tips to follow:
1. Picking A Poem
You’re going to want to pick a poem by an author who is well known because then, there…
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