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➧ I Before E (Except After C) Author Judy Parkinson – Hakkas.us

I Before E (Except After C) Ever Find Yourself Struggling To Remember Simple Facts And Rules This Title Is Full Of Memory Aids, Including Well Known Rhymes, That Will Help Unjumble Your Mind And Improve Your Ability To Recall Names, Dates, Facts, Figures And Events, And Contains All The Mnemonics You Need To Know.

<Ebook> ➧ I Before E (Except After C)  Author Judy Parkinson – Hakkas.us
  • Hardcover
  • 176 pages
  • I Before E (Except After C)
  • Judy Parkinson
  • 10 January 2017
  • 1843172496

    10 thoughts on “ ➧ I Before E (Except After C) Author Judy Parkinson – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Remember the days before we all sat in front of computers with nice fast internet connections and a short cut to Google In those days you had to remember stuff You had to be able to recite it, and use it at the drop of a hat Of course, all thats gone now You can look up anything in seconds But isn t it nice to know that you don t need a net connection sometimes This book gathers together memory aids from various fields and stitches them together in some sort of order There is everything fro Remember the days before we all sat in front of computers with nice fast internet connections and a short cut to Google In those days you had to remember stuff You had to be able to recite it, and use it at the drop of a hat Of course, all thats gone now You can look up anything in seconds But isn t it nice to know that you don t need a net connection sometimes This book gathers together memory aids from various fields and stitches them together in some sort of order There is everything from spelling to skeletons, Kings to continents.I expect that most people of my age anyway will remember some mnemonic that was drilled in to them, and will look to see if it is here I certainly did, and found OIL RIG oxidation is loss, reduction is gain, its a chemistry thing ROY G BIV the...


  2. says:

    Subtitled Old school ways to remember stuff , this was a very mixed bag Some old favourites are there but there s a lot of random things as well, and I often thought that the mnemonic is sometimescomplicated than what it s, er, mnemon icising.


  3. says:

    Neat little book that can be read in one sitting It is divided up into the following categories 1 The English Language 2 To Spell or Not to Spell 3 Think of a Number 4 Geographically Speaking 5 Animal, Vegetable, Mineral 6 Time and the Calendar 7 The Sky at Night and by Day 8 The World of Science 9 World History10 Musical Interlude11 Foreign Tongues12 Religious Matters13 The Human Body14 Lifesaving Tips15 The World of Work16 Other FavoritesSome mnemonics I remembered from my ch Neat little book that can be read in one sitting It is divided up into the following categories 1 The English Language 2 To Spell or...


  4. says:

    I often wonder, What did we do before typewriters, computers, internet, google, etc This little book reminds me one who graduated from high school with none of the listed technology except access to a manual typewriter only in secretarial training class We relied on memory gimmicks to pass on knowledge by rote memory I bought this book so I carried it around to peruse when waiting for something or somebody It s fun to remember how things use to be I didn t read every page but it was amusi I often wonder, What did we do before typewriters, computers, internet, google, etc This little book reminds me one who graduated from high school with none of the listed technology except access to a manual typewriter only in secretarial training class We relied on memory gimmicks to pass on knowledge by rote memory...


  5. says:

    Cute and fun, but generally rather useless Mnemonics were at times a bit convoluted and difficult, and topics ranged between the alphabet, numbers, the Seven Hills of Rome, digits of pi, and many other things I will never need to know But maybe that s my perhaps lacking modern education and attitu...


  6. says:

    Just a way to remember things Some of these mnemonics I knew while others were new to me This is one that will sit on my reference shelf for the times I have a senior moment I even learned a few new bits of trivia from it.


  7. says:

    This book is a broadly enjoyable collection of various mnemonics to recall pieces of knowledge.


  8. says:

    A friend gave me a series of these books to have a look at She saw them in a shop and bought them for her son as she thought they may be of use when he starts school and to encourage him to use some old school techniques to memorise.The book was diverse in subject matter covering English Language to History to Maths Science to Geography to Religion and highlighted different mnemonic devices to remember lists and dates etc Because it was so diverse, it didn t really work for me Generalist book A friend gave me a series of these books to have a look at She saw them in a shop and bought them for her son as she thought they may be of use when he starts school and to encourage him to use some old school techniques to memorise.The book was diverse...


  9. says:

    Bile from the liver emulsifies greasesTinges the urine and colors the fecesAids peristalsis, prevents putrefactionIf you remember all this, you ll give satisfaction.I found some of the mnemonics in this book to be strangely unsatisfying e.g., memorizing a word passage, whose letters correspond to the numbers of pi if someone asks you to give them the decimal numbers of pi, what are you going to do write down the passage and then count the letters surely that sdifficult than just memor Bile from the liver emulsifies greasesTinges the urine and colors the fecesAids peristalsis, prevents putrefactionIf you remember all this, you ll give satisfaction....


  10. says:

    The book is a cutesy collection of mnemonics and memory techniques to help you remember various types of information ranging from English language to Mathematics to Geography and beyond.As others have stated in their reviews, the text itself seems to only lend value to those who are remembering these adages and devices from when they were in school It doesn t really address the faults of the mnemonics or that the information being learned is, in this day, a bit anachronistic and irrelevant The The book is a cutesy collection of mnemonics and me...

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