You can probably put the last column of five into your echoic memory and quickly type them as soon as you start the quiz.
Gimmick-ahoy, me buckos!
The crying king played basketball in Avocado Valley. Fashion Dog was sent to rainy Chimp Gulag.
A story makes it much easier to remember, my problem came when I forgot how to spell fjord :P
I guess I just have that kind of memory.
englands hndu spade viking go to paris spade spade cup with wealthy empty euro chicken
(i forgot a piece of my story so i got 13/15, but still better than i probably would've gotten without any sort of tricks lol)
Don't you automatically make things up to remember them better?? I am honestly surprised. I always make links to remember things better. (It can be all sort of things, alliteration, association (a puppy in the garden for instance), wordlength, genre (two types of vehicles for instance) )
(I didn't think your question was rude)
And ( still without searching for a link, it just what i see/hear when I read it) my mind links zodiac with lamps via stars
They come up with 2 letters for every corner and make stories to easily recall what their letter pairs are.
The KING had his CHEEK scratched by a BEAR.
The POET wrote a poem about a GOLD BOWL
The man from FLORIDA wore LEATHER JEANS
They held a CRICKET match NORTH of JAKARTA.
The man in his TRUCK hit a DEER and a CAT.
Completed it in like 30 seconds after a couple of attempts just trying to remember words without a real method!
There was a quarterback that was tired, so he took a recess. Now, he was playing in Milan, where there was a fashion show with diamonds. A diamond was stolen and it gave a lady a big scare (a "BOO!"). The diamond was replaced with plutonium on a shelf. Now the robber went to the zoo and spotted a lion then he ate salad and steeped some tea. He went back to his home a vineyard filled with grapes and remembered the terrible flood. Hundreds of grapes were lost. That is why he visited the elephants in Singapore for comfort.
Instead of making a story, I try to visualize something with lots of details related to the word I'm trying to remember, and then I "place" my images at every corner on a specific route I have been traveling very often.
This way you will be able to not only remember the words in the right sequence, but you can do it both backwards and forwards.
1. You can buy a PEPPER in HOLLAND in a PUBLIC SPACE for a EURO.
2. A GOAT makes GOULASH with CABBAGE underneath a PINE in SCOTLAND.
3. In LIVERPOOL, a soccer player makes a GOAL with a GLOVE wearing a KILT near a THRONE.
It isnt even about good or bad memory. reading a list over and over again can be more of a chore and even more time consuming than (deliberately or not) using your imagination and seeing it as a story or a picture.
For me personally that happens instantly, so reading the coloms "pounding" the words in is more trouble. Plus that way it often leaves the brain just as fast as it went in. When you would ask for the words in a week or something, you might remember 2 at most. While those that made the story (they do need to remember atleast 1 word for the memory to get triggerd) will be able to retell 80-100%
I added colorfull, because a lot of people are allready good at imagining stuff, but not the creative inspirational stuff. But imagining other people don't matter, that they have more right to something than someone else, imagine that will allways be others to pick up their figurative mess, so why would they care etc etc.
On the flip side, their are people that imagine their are worth nothing, they imagine they look horrible, they imagine they have no right to anything..
So there is allready a lot of imagining going on. unfortunately, not the kind that can bring joy and growth.
And I am not sure what you mean by "byany means necessary" you have got memorizing and you have got cheating. If the "means" you are referring to involves writing it down or taking a picture etc, that is simply cheating. If you mean memorizing it the way that works for you, in a row, alphabetically, as a rhythm/song or making combo's that make sense to you. (like dog+ball And tank+highway).
It doesnt get easier the more time you have. looking at it 1 min or 10, does not make you be any better. you do need a bit of time to let the word set in though, so like 10 seconds ( or whatever time it takes to read them al once would be to short, because by the last you have forgotten the first (well that one usually sticks..) I think you need about 5 seconds per word, to make the word sit and stay, instead of hold and let go ( if you make connections you could need less, because for instance you are remember dog+ ball as one, so only need the time for those combined)
The witch dude peppered Susan's leg like a genius, the fish scones clubbed rock, and then JetPunk feels grape throats to the east.
The door to Germany is not lined with a kilt; you may as well shove a cabbage into a cartoon, or roll a grape off a roof. It is the land of pumpkins and chickens, which follow suite with celery. A zebra likes water but will be empty in Liverpool.
commercial for a new ZESTY, EASY to open SODA featuring lots of GEOMETRY in a ROOM.
a NORMAL CHEETAH eats BEEF until the POPE in SILK interrupts.
2) A WOLF wearing COTTON fought a SCORPION in a VALLEY in the RAIN.
3) A PEA and a RUBY tried to REACH the fabled HUNDRED PORCHES.
Thankfully I can read, somewhat.., again, because it was by the 4th word I had already forgotten what I had read. And actually same with talking, talking felt rather pointless because after a few words I didnt know what I was saying anymore :/ I still often lose track of what I was gonna say but it isnt a total blank/black hole anymore, just like when someone cant think of a song, just out of reach. only that several times an hour (with more complicated stuff, personal or explaining a viewpoint, as opposed to talking about what is happening near/around you. it is more like very few minutes. Still, loooads better than it was
TENNIS ACE, ADAM, SNOREd in his SNOOKER CAPE while sitting at his DESK-TYPE THRONE, as his BOTTLE-nose DOLPHIN swam in the SALT SEA overlooked by his TREE GARDEN.
A GOAT and a LOBSTER were KICKed out of a MANSION. It was a BIZARRE affair. They had TIN EARS that scraped on the WALLs, which annoyed the HAMSTER who was trying to eat his SALAD. Their EXODUS had a happy ending, though: they WAISTed no time, put on their CAPs and went to live with the ZEBRA in his FJORD.
The Frisbee was as white as a sheep.
The Corn in Japan is sapphire.
The scorpion is a sweet as a cricket.
The rat wore a jacket on it's chest.
risk, Paris, sofa, snake, scarf, cabbage, quarterback, dog, king, pound, moat, leather, floor, jump, throat
So I put it this way:
Risk, dog, king, moat
Floor, jump, throat, pound
Sofa, snake, scarf
Iron-Man is throwing money while drinking soda and eating lobster on a lion sitting on a couch glued to the floor talking to a deer that he wants to eat while his mouth is watering and he's so hungry he's crying an ocean on a bunch of ants in the room next to the kitchen where the dishes are being washed on land.
I forgot mansion
meanwhile a Pond Shark in Holland rode a Diamond Bike and crashed in Gator('s) Chest.
It actually took me no more than 2 minutes to remember this. Word starting with Uppercase are the 15 words used in quiz.
Take the last 9 words and separate them into three groups of 3 by creating some kind of phrase with each trio. Then look at the first 6 words, repeat them once or twice, hit "start" and run them off as fast as you can. At that point all you need is your three little phrases and boom done.
Guaranteed 100% every time
1. I open the DOOR, and there are OCTOPUS eating AVOCADO, and some guy SAM holding his WAIST
2. CAT WALKS, on WIKIPEDIA there is FALSE info about JAPAN
3. Since QUARTERBACK is stronger than you, it is a RISK to CHEER with him.
4. The last 2 just remember randomly.
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