A very skilled language teacher once told me that words – not grammar – are the first thing you need to learn when approaching a foreign language. Although this seems a notion of common sense (when you go abroad you take with you a vocabulary, not a grammar book), usually language students tend to pay much more attention to morphology and syntax than to memorize the words that will eventually make up their sentences.
Down part is: memorizing things can be boring. But hey, how about an infographic! Here’s a new one, about all the Italian words you can find… in a car.