What is the best way to memorize a song?
Sing it over and over. Repetition is the best way to memorize anything!
the best way to memorize a song is to get up early in the morning.eat apple and than memorizing song , it is a better from memorizing in evening.
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The best way to memorize places is by using a map. Getting a good mental image of something helps you to remember it much better, and a map is a good , easy to understand imag…e. If you are trying to memorize a large list of place names, divide your map into smaller areas and learn the places in that area first. Try making flash cards with the name of the place on one side and the location or shape of the area on the other side. Quiz yourself or have someone else help you until you can remember them correctly.
Not an answer, but now 3.6 min. Check the web site called list-twist. Just type in the word list-twist and the site will appear on page one of your search engine. This is a dy…namic audio system which does most of the work for you.
the best way to WRITE a song is having a topic you want to write about.(for example:if your a boy write about girls ,if your a girl write about boys )ok i need you to …find your topic!ok! now that you have your topic start rhyming!ok (for example your topic is about cat's have to rhyme words with cat like bat,hat,fat, all those words then, put them together like:"The Cat saw a bat with a hat and he got... fat let me put this in steps so it can be easier 1.FIND A TOPIC 2.FIND WORDS THAT RHYME WITH TOPIC 3.COMBINE RHYMING WORDS 4.FIX ALL YOUR MISTAKES 5.START SINGING AND ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!
1. Read Over It Once Without Looking At The Paper. 2. While Your Reading, If You Pause Or Try To Remeber Whats Next, Write It On A Piece Of Paper Or Type It On Your Computer.… 3. Go Over The Parts You Wrote or Typed. 4. Go Over It Until You Get To The Point Where You Don't Even Need The Paper Your Notes Are On That You Forgot Before. 5. Have A Good Time On Whatever You Memorized! ~It May Not Be The Fastest Way. But You'll Get It Memorized~ ~.....EASIER WAY...IF YOU CAN HAVE NOTES.....~ ~If You Don't Have Enough Time To Read Over YOUR Notes, Print Out Your Paper, So You Can Use It For Notes Later.~ Answer Since you will not write the speech, try to make sure that you understand and agree with the contents of the speech. If in doubt, get someone to explain or amend anything you are not comfortable with. Then, even if you forget the intended words, you will still be able to stay on track, from your own knowledge and understanding of the material. Some people use notes. This can be in the form of Powerpoint, if there is a projector, or just headings on a set of small pages hidden in your hand. Practise. Try to give the speech at home, in front of a mirror or to a relative or friend. Have a look at the related question about stage fright. Stage fright can cause a speaker to forget material, but stage fright can be overcome. Fun tip: Hold something small in your hand like a toy. It will be kind of like an inside joke and it will keep you calm. Also you kind of focus on it and you will forget about any audience you might have.
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Repetition is the best way to memorize your general orders. You can also make a Study Deck -- see the link to find out how.
Make a Silly Sentence for it - take the first letter of each state and make a new word. You can make any sort of sentence you like, but here's an example to show you how: Fir…st, that's a lot of states, so I'd break it down into the 3 regions: South, New England, and Midwest. That'll give you 3 shorter sentences. Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana,Texas and Arkansas That gives you V, W, K, T, N, S, G, A, M, F, L, T, A - remember you can change the order around to make a better sentence! Virginia Will Know These Names Soon And Make Top Grades For All Lessons Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut Missing New Variations May Cause Regret Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin I'll Know More, I'll Memorize New Numbers, I'll Only Study Well
appeal to emotions by varying the tone and pitch of their voices
The easiest and the best way is to memorize every country on the map w.r.t its location. For exapmle, if started from Asia the memorize each country adjacent to other and carr…y on and consequently you will be able to memorize all the countries on the map. Source: http://www.datadubai.com/
If you're talking about learning lyrics, the best way is to listen to the song and actually read what the lyrics are supposed to say. If you're talking about reading music, t…ake a couple measures at a time. Practice them until you can play them 3 times perfectly. Then take the music away, and try again, looking at the music if you need help. Once you can play it 3 times perfectly, then move on to the next measures.
The best way to improve your vocabulary is to learn one or two words every day and use them in conversation!
Say the places on the map over and over and over again untiol you feel like you have completely memorized the map.
Just kill yourself if you wanna memorize the english word's meanings
In Learning Tips and Study Habits
Write it as many times as possible People usually need to repeat something 20 times or more to memorize it. You can write the words, say them aloud, or make a study deck --… see the related question -- to help you memorize words and definitions. You can also use the words in conversations and ask a friend or family member to quiz you.
In Marching Bands
Basically learning one set at a time. Go through all the sets one after another. (When learning set 6, find where that set is and go to it, and then go to 123456 (may repeat a… couple of times), find out where set 7 is, etc.) I like to go through my sets in my head before a performance. Preparing mentally before the show helps a lot. Mark up your music (if your director allows) with the set transitions, knowing where you are along with the notes/counts.
In Learning Tips and Study Habits
Repetition. See the link on making a Study Deck of flashcards. Youjust keep going over and over them until you remember them.
There is really no an easy way to memorize marching band music. Youjust have to study the music hard and try your best to memorize it.