277. How to Form Great Study Habits! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Thinking in English

01-01-2024 • 21 min

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In 2024, I want you all to form great study habits. I want you all to achieve your goals (whether it is English learning or something else).

And I think the best way to do this is by learning how to form excellent habits and how to break bad habits.

So, let’s discuss this in detail today!

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Vocabulary List

  • Habit (noun): A settled, regular, and automatic behaviour, especially one that is hard to give up.
  • Motivation (noun): The reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way.
  • Unconscious (adjective): Operating or occurring without awareness.
  • Intentional (adjective): Done with purpose or intention; not accidental.
  • Behaviour (noun): The observable actions and responses exhibited by an individual.
  • Cue (noun): A signal or prompt that induces someone to take a particular action.
  • Consistent (adjective): Acting or done in the same way over time.
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