• ExoticInspirit
In your opinion what is the best mnemonic to use for memorizing complex vocabulary words?
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  • anonymous
I like thinking of a vivid mental image or story. Let's say you want to memorize "truculent," which means prone to anger & arguing. Think of being really really careful driving a truck someone lent, since whenever you think of them you say to yourself "you'll go berserk if I wreck the truck you lent." Sounds stupid but it works for me.
  • ExoticInspirit
ok @poliglota3 thanks for answering me
  • Jack1
wouldnt u want to use it in the sentence so u have a better chance of remembering the meaning?

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