Please do not use proper names or places.
First read all the words out aloud, then repeat reading the words silently.
Look up the meaning of any new words, or any word you are unsure of its meaning.
Keep a note book to record all new words, or any words that you feel could be useful in a sentence.
This 3 step process will be useful for committing new words to memory.
For this exercise we are learning all the pages of G, and the first 6 pages of E, M. and W.
PS. My Dictionary of reference is the Merriam Webster Dictionary.
1. Create as many 3-word Sentences or Headlines as possible each word beginning beginning with the letters E. .
2. Create as many 3-word Sentences or Headlines as possibl; each word beginning with the letter M.
3. Create as many 3-word Sentences or Headlines as possible, each word begining with the letter W. W
4, Create as many 4-word sentences or headlines using the letters G. E. M. W. in that order.
This is my full time job, please have a look, your curiousity may get the better of you.