Don't try to passively learn vocabulary. Guess the meaning of an image
before placing the cursor over it. Imagine the voice you hear as your personal
language tutor either confirming or correcting your guess. If you aren't advanced,
it would probably be helpful to state the words out load.
When learning a language, frequent review is important. Research has demonstrated
that reviewing material a day after, then a week after, then a month after
is ideal for internalizing something. If you are new to a category, once you
get to the images at the end of the page, return to the beginning, trying
to guess the names of the images that you just visited.
Imaginary Friend When learning a language it's helpful to
have an imaginary friend who only speaks that language. This is great for
reviewing and internalizing what you've learned. When you are in the shower,
show off by telling him or her the names of all the items that you learned
from the bathroom category. Imagine that you are making a trip into space
with your imaginary friend. Discuss the beauty of the stars and galaxies using
the words you leared from the space category. What fun you could have with
your imaginary friend!