Gap Fill - Learning Vocabulary - Level 2


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A shows we could learn vocabulary we are asleep. This is great for students trying to learn a new language or increase their knowledge of . Researchers in Switzerland showed that it is to learn new information while sleeping , and then recall this when we need it later. The researchers did on whether or not a person can remember new words and their translations while they were asleep. The researchers said our brain is much more aware of the outside than we thought.

A researcher said, "language of the brain and the...brain's memory hub were activated" after a woke up. These areas of the brain remember vocabulary during sleep. During deep sleep, our brain is active for about half a . It then enters a of inactivity. The active state is called "up-state" and the inactive is called "down-state." The "up-state" period is when our brain could learn vocabulary. The researchers say more is needed to be 100 per cent that we can learn vocabulary while asleep.

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