So, as promised, I’m going to publish a series of posts about retrieval exercises to help you to revisit, to recycle, and to reactivate (and lots of other words beginning with re- 🙂 ) the new words that you’re learning in your foreign language classes. No matter how motivating and interesting the class is, when studying just once a week, there’s always a danger that you’ll end up forgetting what you’ve focussed on by the time the next class comes around. So we need some tools for making sure that this doesn’t happen, so that we can revisit language when we’re lying in bed, when we’re walking to work, or when we’re on the tube. Quizlet is an online tool which allows us to create flashcards and language learning games with new language that you’ve learnt. It’s free to both add your own material and to use existing content which is already there. Because we at Sharek like sharing so much, we’ve made all of our Quizlet Arabic sets available for anyone to use. You can access them here. I can see that I currently hold the high score for doing this matching game in the fastest time https://quizlet.com/202168606/match Will anyone be able to knock me off my perch and be a better golden retriever than me?