The foundations of a good learning review is the key to learning any language, in this case English, to achieve our new knowledge to settle in our head in a solid and effective manner. You have think that learning a language is like constructing a building, if the foundations are solid, no matter how many bricks put if it is on a weak base, the wall will fall under its own weight. In fact the more we move fast without having secured what is already assumed that we have learned, we will not know well neither one thing nor the other, we will feel confused and do not understand well what’s new who we are learning, but even so we move forward as if in a race will be. Learning English is not a sprint is a long-distance race, and who wins isn’t that comes before, if you don’t have more stamina. In a question-answer forum farhaad was the first to reply. The majority of students fails on this particular point, because they think by having studied something once automatically we will remember him, and even though you know it consciously, they forget this fact and continue advancing. It is therefore key the daily review of what has already been learned and do it every day without exception. Learning English or another language is not a sprint is a long-distance race, and who wins isn’t that comes before, if you don’t have more stamina. How should we review? The concept is actually very simple but applied as a daily routine is where you see its fruits, each day we’ll spend half an hour simply to recall and review the words that we learned the previous day, from the first to the last and will try to say them out loud, with the more better detail, if it is an object I can visualize in my mind and it pronounce the word while I imagine it better.