Welcome to VerbaLearn, a Web site devoted to helping you learn vocabulary! I would start by watching the VerbaLearn demo. To do so, just click on the image of the video or hit the Play button.
I love the demo video, because it walks you through every step of the process for using the site. You’ll learn how to create study lists, how to download them to your computer, how to turn them into podcasts and so much more!
This site could be so helpful to students preparing for the SAT, ACT, a college entrance exam or any other standardized test.
To sign up, just click on the Start Now button. You can select which test you’d like to study. The options are: SAT, ACT, GRE and General Vocabulary. Once you’ve made your selection, click Continue. Now, you can start building your first word list. While you’re doing that, it will suggest that you should save your progress and you can do so by clicking Continue. That will lead you to the registration form. Fill out all the fields and then head on over to the e-mail address you provided to click on the confirmation link.
The confirmation link will bring you back to the Web site, where you’ll then set up other features. You’re going to select why you’re using the site and you’ll then have to select how large of a study list you’d like and how long of a pause you’d like between words for the audio study list you can download.
The next step is to finish building your word list. You’ll do that by continuing the one you left before. It will also review words you’ve already gone over as if you’re doing flashcards. I love that!
I hope that if you can’t personally use this site, you pass it on to someone who can. The more people, students in particular, who have access to this study tool, the better. Check it out today!