When you are working in a foreign language it takes a little practice before you can link seemingly unconnected words into one theme. Tips for using your words in a sentence:
TIP ONE: Try two at a time, to begin with. For instance, you may be able to think of a situation where “daily” and “ideal” would appear in the same sentence, or the hazards of contracts.
TIP TWO: An on-line dictionary can help you to find those all-important phrases and collocations (words which often go together). In German or French I would recognise “Krise” or “Crise” but might know how to say “in a crisis situation” or “because of the economic crisis”.
Taking linguee.de as an example, I can look up the whole phrase “in a crisis” and the site will give me examples in German and English. For this particular phrase I can click “mehr Ergebnisse” … at the bottom of the page and get even more examples. Say I chose the last one:
“The war in Iraq and the Iranian diplomatic crisis are also unsettling the markets. emagazine.credit-suisse.com
Zudem verunsichern der Krieg im Irak sowie die diplomatische Krise mit Iran die Märkte. emagazine.credit-suisse.com”
I adapt it to read : “The Iranian diplomatic crisis is unsettling the financial markets and people are feeling vulnerable about their future income”.
As with any web material, there may be errors. If you have to tread carefully.
See if you can link this photo of the “water” in the park as a theme to link two or more of today´s words. Then you can talk with a friend about it, using some of the words again. When you use the words often, they become part of your normal vocabulary, not something out of TOEFL word list. The more you use them, the more quickly you will be able to bring them to mind.