Your own dictionary

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With my younger classes we make a picture dictionary and add new vocab as we go, today I found this article I am curios to know if any one has used it . building your own dictionary sounds pretty good 


https://blog.thelinguist.com/create-your-own-dictionary#

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:
I found this article I am curios to know if any one has used it

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I did not know that I'll have a go tomorrow

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Creating a picture dictionary or other type of dictionary seems like a great way to learn a language. It is created by "you" therefore it could be of extreme help since it would be easier for "you" to understand. I really love this idea. 

Taylor Fabio

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