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Laurie Flood
Laurie Flood • 35 weeks ago

Hello, everyone! I just found a product that is free that you can use with your tablet pc, laptop, or computer that allows you to pick an article in English on the web, or even a full e-book and click on a simple browser extension that allows you to click on words you don't know. It will not only translate the words into English, but it will also save the words you do not know and quiz you on them each day until you have learned the new words.

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