To reach the next level in your English it is essential to learn new words. Vocabulary is a key part of any language. Here’s an idea you might like to try as an alternative for increasing your personal lexicon.
It’s always important when learning new words to focus on the most important ones, in other words, be economical with your language. For you, there may be a topic that is relevant to your job, a hobby, or simply something you are itching to talk about in English. This could be health or medicine, computer programming, animals, space, art or music, anything. For me, after a recent visit to the zoo, it’s the anatomy of bats. Sometimes seen as scary and dangerous, I have found them to be mysterious and fascinating since I first saw them chasing flies outside my Northern Irish home.
Simply do a quick sketch of the topic, for example, an outline of a bat, then label it with the vocabulary you want to learn, and put it on the wall or a door in your home. Maybe on a kitchen cupboard or the fridge. Look at it every day for a week or so, then begin to hide the words and try to recall them.
If you try it, let us know how you get on and what topic you chose. You might find it a more enjoyable way to build-up your vocabulary.