[share_ebook] Comic Mnemonics for Spanish Verbs - Jim Sarris


Author: Jim Sarris

Date: June, 2004

Pages: 240

Publisher: Alacan Publishing

Category: Study


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Comic Mnemonics for Spanish Verbs


Comic Mnemonics for Spanish Verbs
Jim Sarris | Alacan Publishing | June, 2004 | 240 pages | English | PDF

Discover what thousands of kids already know about memorizing verbs... illustrations and funny phrases work!Maybe you use a mnemonic to remember the number of days in each month ("thirty days hath September..."), which way to set your clock at Daylight Savings Time ("spring forward, fall back"), or the order of planets in the solar system ("my very educated mother just served us new potatoes"). Regardless of the need or specific phrase, one thing is always true: mnemonics give us a fun, easy way to remember something we'd forget otherwise. Now, Comic Mnemonics brings another piece of the puzzle, combining those learning cues with lighthearted visual illustrations to jog our memories in yet another way. What happens is an entirely new learning experience. Learn the mnemonics. Laugh at the comics. Use the devices to learn a new language faster and more easily... and remember what you learned


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