Barrons Mnemonics tricks for Vocabulary PDF free download

Barrons Mnemonics tricks for Vocabulary PDF free download

About the ebook-This is the Barrons Mnemonics Vocabulary tricks ebook pdf which is very important for various exams like SSC-CGL, BANK, RAILWAY. In this PDF with the help of Mnemonics you can easily remember many of the words which is very important for the SSC CGL exam.Barrons Mnemonics tricks

You often feel that when you remember a new English word, you can’t keep it for long time but with the help of Mnemonics you can easily keep that for a long time because of the law of relation. When you relate a Thing To The Other which you know already then because of this relation that thing stay in your mind for a long time.

Barrons Mnemonics tricks for Vocabulary-6 super-helpful mnemonic tricks

1. The rhyme For hundreds of years, schoolchildren started the study of American history with: “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue.”
2. Cross words Acrostics are another thing entirely. You don’t create a new word, you create a memorable phrase or sentence. The first letter of each word stands for the things you’re trying to remember. In smart schools, middle-schoolers are given the task of inventing mnemonics for the 8 planets: My Very Excellent Mother Just Served Us Nachos (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus. Neptune).

The eight little bones in the wrist are a big task for anyone: Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetral, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate. The job is easier, or at least funnier, with this: Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can’t Handle.

Med school is next to impossible without mnemonics. One of the most famous reveals the names of the nerves that come directly through the skull (not the spinal column): On Old Olympus’ Towering Top, A Finn And German Vaulted And Hopped. (Olfactory, Optic, Oculomotor, Trochlear, Trigeminal, Abducens, Facial, Auditory, Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, Accessory/Spinal, Hypoglossal.)

When the auditory nerve was renamed the vestibulocochlear, Duke University Medical School held a contest for a new mnemonic. Here’s the brilliant brainiac winner, circa 1980: Odor Of Orangutan Terrified Tarzan After Forty Voracious Gorillas Viciously Attacked Him. .

3. Numbers game If you want to know a long number is, create a clever line in which the number of letters in each word tells the digit. For example, here’s pi to 15 ingenious places: “How I like a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics.” (3.14159265358979)
4. Name Mnemonics In a Name Mnemonic, the 1st letter of each word in a list of items is used to make a name of a person or thing. Sometimes, the items can be rearranged to form a more recollectable name mnemonic. Examples:

ROY G. BIV = colors of the spectrum (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet.)
Pvt. Tim Hall = Essential amino acids (Phenylanine, Valine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Isolucine, Histidine, Arginine, Leucine, Lysine.

5. Music Mnemonics How many lyrics to songs do you remember? How did you come to remember them? The same method you used to recall song lyrics also can work just as well in academics. Music can used to help students recall important details to main ideas and many learners have made songs out of information when a list of items must be learned. Advertising on radio and TV uses music to help potential customers remember their products when shopping. With sufficient repetition of commercials, advertisers have discovered that when shoppers see their product in the stores that often the shopper will start reciting a oft repeated phrases from the commercial or start singing the lyrics to the promotion melody. The results has been increased sales of the product.

You can make a song or jingle using any type of music you choose for any list of items. Music Mnemonics work best with long lists. For example, some children learn the ABC’s by singing the “ABC” song. Other children learn all the states in alphabetical order using the “50 Nifty United States” song.

6. Spelling Mnemonics Here is an example of a spelling mnemonic: A principal at a school is your pal, and a principle you believe or follow is a rule.

Another commonly used Spelling Mnemonic is combined with an Ode/Rhyme Mnemonic.

I before e except after c
or when sounding like a
in neighbor and weigh

A third example deals with the problems some learners have remembering that there is an “a” in the middle of separate and not an “e.” A Spelling Mnemonic combined with an Image Mnemonic may be used to spell the word sep rate using an exaggerated “a.”

To spell Mississippi, many learners combine a Rhythm Mnemonic with a Spelling mnemonic: M-iss-iss-ipp-i.

Here are some more examples of spelling mnemonics:

Geography: George Edwards’s Old Grandma Rode A Pig Home Yesterday.

Arithmetic: A Rat In The House May Eat The Ice Cream.

Saskatchewan: Ask At Chew An with an S in front of it.

Tips to remember English words using Mnemonics.

1. Learn 5-10 vocabulary words daily.

2. Try to learn miscellaneous words like if you learn 2 words starting from A then learn other two words starting from B or C.(because your mind forget things when you break a series so train your mind for this type of situation.)

3. It is not necessary to learn a word using Mnemonics which is given in the PDF. You can also use your daily life things to relate the vocabulary word.



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