Learning vocabulary is by far the most time-consuming aspect of learning a language. The way in which I do it at school is to learn vocal relevant to a topic, that way I use it a lot, and thus become confident with genders, plurals, formation of adverbs from an adjective (unless it's German, where there's no difference), and accents for French. Trust the school system, they know what they're doing, it's their job, they got me an A* in both French and German at GCSE, with a predicted A at AS and A* at A2, and a strong possibility of Oxford entry to do German.

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