I was struggling to learn new vocabulary in English, because there are so many words that we don't use in our every day life, but sometimes we stumble upon them in conversations with native speakers.
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It's very important that you try and understand the majority of words from the context and use English-English dictionary. My another advice is switching off subtitles as early as you can, because they prevent you from paying attention to the body language and face expressions, which also play a big role in speaking a foreign language and trying to sound like a native.
About 10 years ago I stumbled upon House MD TV show and decided to try and watch it in English. I was surprised by the amount of words I actually understood and the plot was more or less clear to me. Sometimes I just stopped the video and looked up some professional vocabulary up in the dictionary, and managed to learn a lot of medical English.
Later I used 'The Suits' to learn legal English and also understand legal system in the USA, 'the House of Cards' to understand American politics, get acquainted with upper-class East coast accent.
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