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Extreme English Basic ( 2010 )

SuperMemo is a method of computer-aided learning based on research into long-term memory. It provides the learner with an optimum plan of repetition while studying. Repetition is crucial to knowledge retention as it prevents forgetting. By analysing the processes of retention and forgetting for each user individually, SuperMemo finds the optimum timing for reviewing the material.

Each item of information is set with a unique pattern of repetition. With SuperMemo, you waste no time on repeating material you remember well. The method aims at allowing the learners to reach their required level of knowledge retention with a minimum amount of repetition and time spent on revisions. By changing the required level of retention the learners can make the system plan their learning schedule more or less intensively. The system sets repetition in daily intervals and requires systematic use for optimum results. With regular learning and repeating for just 10 minutes a day, a student working with SuperMemo can learn over 500 new words per month with an average retention exceeding 95%.

2,200 words most frequently used in English

13,000 exercises

5,400 examples

2 hours of recordings

The Extreme English Basic course is a set of 2,200 basic words most commonly used in the English language. This course includes vocabulary items required for the following exams: Cambridge Young Learners of English (YLE) at all levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers, and Cambridge Key English Test (KET). This vocabulary range is necessary to communicate easily at A1 and A2 levels, according to The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. With the use of the vocabulary at these levels, the learner can easily describe basically all the meanings in a given language. Mastering this set of vocabulary items allows the learners to understand the spoken and written language and to talk about basic everyday topics.