271. More Ways To Remember English Vocabulary! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Thinking in English

20-11-2023 • 22 min

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How much do you know about the way your memory works? By understanding your memory, you can make the process of learning English much more efficient.
Today, let’s take a look at some memory effects and investigate how you can incorporate them into your study routine!



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Vocabulary

  • Distinctiveness (noun): The quality of being unique or different from others.
  • Stand out (phrasal verb): To be noticeably different or conspicuous.
  • Primacy (noun): The state or quality of being first in importance or order.
  • Recency (noun): The state or quality of being most recent or last in order.
  • Senses (noun): The faculties of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell.
  • Mood (noun): The emotional state or disposition of an individual at a particular time.
  • Chunks (noun): Grouped items or pieces of data that are easier to remember.
  • Retain (verb): To keep or hold onto something, especially in memory.
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