Mnemonics

How do you remember certain things?

I just came up with a way to remember how to pronounce Sudoku. I don’t have a problem with it but I reckon at least half the people I hear say it do.

So, here you go. Prepare to have your life changed.

Susan is a very impatient person. She will always push her way to the front of any line.

In brief Sue don’t queue. And if you say it with a bread roll in your mouth, Su-do-ku.

Thank you.

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Why is mnemonics so hard to say? Who settled on that as an acceptable word?

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They help me a lot, like Matilda - Difficulty - YouTube

Why are all these women married :sob: love the film trunchbull

For a level biology we learned king philip came over from Germany swimming and boy did that help, it literally made what would have been a confusing experience very easy for memorising kingdom, class, order, family, genus and species for taxonomy

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Greek sophists and philosophers apparently.

Is it the m at the start that throws you? I think I get on ok with it.

Actually though, anemone can trip me up and phenomenology.

Your Youtube link didn’t work for me. Just said Video Unavailable.

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The mn at the start isn’t great, then to throw in a further m and n is just asking for trouble. I like anemone just because it gives my an opportunity to say the “with fronds like these, who needs anemones” punchline.

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Johnny

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Righty tighty lefty loosey has come in very handy when I need to remember how screws and screwdrivers work.

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Using pictures or telling stories. Visual stuff.

Used this yesterday

Put your hands all over my bonics

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Please do not throw sausage pizza away

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