This evolutionary new Maths Dictionary can help children and students easily understand and improve their mathematics results faster and with less cost than regular tutoring.
Well, think about this. If someone said to you “Dai mne etu knigu” you will probably look at them and say ‘huh????’
Would you understand them? Would you do what they said? Would you apply it? Probably not.
And if they constantly repeated to you “Dai mne etu knigu” “Dai mne etu knigu” “Dai mne etu knigu” “Dai mne etu knigu” you would get quite irritated. Wouldn’t you?
Now let's help you out and define each of the words.
• First of all to let you know that language being used was Russian
• Secondly, let's define each word so you can understand them
The first word (Dai) means ‘give’, the second word (mne) means ‘to me’, the third word (etu) means ‘this’ and the fourth word (knigu) means ‘book’.
Now you can easily understand what was said to you – “Give me this book”. You can now do the action being asked of you.
Let’s do a little exercise. It will require a bit of imagination to get an understanding of this concept.
1. Get a picture of a house in your mind.
2. Ok. Now in your mind build a wall around this house.
3. Now, imagine building a dub in front of the house.
Oops, did you lose your picture?
It seems to be quite simple. “If only I knew what a dub was, then I could build it!”
Well, if you find out and understand that a ‘dub’ is just an old Scottish word that means ‘pond,’ like a fish pond, the problem is solved and you can build it!
This is THE POWER OF WORDS! If you understand the words of a language you can speak that language. If you understand the words of a subject, like for example Maths, you can understand that subject, be able to think mathematically and APPLY it!
This is how My Maths Buddy makes it easy to learn maths!
Now imagine how many words are encountered every day in a classroom that a child or student doesn’t understand or doesn’t fully understand, especially in Maths class! What happens to them at that moment? They lose their attention and then their interest in the subject and become quite irritated (as you may have done when I started talking to you in a foreign language). And the next thing you hear from the child or student: “I don’t really like maths.” Or even worse: “I hate maths!”
But if the child or student makes sure they really understand the maths words (or terms) then they will be able to easily understand and apply maths and this subject will become interesting.
By using this maths dictionary they will be passing their exams with flying colours!