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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Buying Songs Online Check out allofmp3.com It's a music site based in Russia; it sounds shady but I can tell you from experience it's not. In fact, it's terriric. Because of loopholes in music licensing internationally, you can legally purchase songs and albums for as little as around $2 per album.… You can choose from regular to high CD quality and the site has tons of up to date choices. You do need a credit card which you load for whatever amount you desire and then use like a debit card as you buy music. There's also a Paypal option, but it wasn't up and running last time I checked. It's really a great site and it's where I get most of my music from these days. ( Full Answer )
Hmmm.. good question.. Here are my personal favs:. -> I love you more than chocolate. -> I love you more than life itself. -> 3 words. I LOVE and YOU.. -> I *heart* you. -> And last but not least, the good old fashioned snog.. which says it all in one action . -----------------------the three 'R's…. ROMANCE . ROMANCE. and, you guessed, romance!!!. example, chocolate shops like Thorntons, or whatever they have in America (i don't know) often sell plaques of chocolate , that they'll write a message on for you, this is a delicious AND memorable ( Full Answer )
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 image. If you are trying to memorize a large list of place names, divide your map into smaller areas and learn the places in tha…t 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. ( Full Answer )
Learning a poem or a song is like memorizing any other fact - you start with just a little bit and work up until you have the whole thing memorized. Here are some tips from some of our WikiAnswer contributors: * Write out a few lines onto a flash card until you have written out the whole poem or s…ong. Then, take a few at a time. Study one card and see if you can repeat those lines. Try not to get frustrated cause that will mess you up tons... * Read it a few million times before you start trying to actually memorize it, its like a song for musicians-more you practice, more you memorize. * Learn it slowly. You can't honestly expect to learn a two or three page poem in a few days. My suggestion to learn a few lines at a time and keep adding on it to it. Do this over a period of time. * Listen to the song and try to get a hold of the tune and music. Then look up the lyrics and sing along with the music..and then try to see if you can sing the song by just looking at the lyrics with no music. * Keep at it. If you memorize a couple of lines every time, you will soon have the whole thing learned! ( Full Answer )
Make a song, rhyme, or silly sentence.. Songs - sing the terms, words, dates, or whatever you have to learn to the tune of a song you know. It works even better if you can .... Rhyme - make a poem that tells you the information you need to learn.. Silly Sentence - take the first letter of each… term you need to learn, and make up a new word that starts with that letter. String them into a sentence - you make it a silly one because funny things are easier to remember.. Don't see how that helps? . How did you learn you ABC's? You sang them to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," didn't you? Do you know all the words to the "Free Credit Report Dot Com" advert songs?. Do you remember that "Thirty days hath September..." and "In Fourteen-Hundred-and-Ninety-Two, Columbus Sailed The Ocean Blue"?. How about that new student in your class, ROY G. BIV - he tells you that the colours of the rainbow are Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. And you can remember the notes on a music scale by remembering Every Good Boy Does Fine. ( Full Answer )
See the related questions and links for specific tips! The best way to memorize a long passage is to just repeat it over and over. It sounds boring, and it can be, but it's going to be the quickest way. Write the passage on an index card and carry the card with you all the time. Whenever you can …get someone to help, ask them to let you recite while they check you by looking at your card. If you're alone, recite to yourself and check it against the card. The more you repeat it, the better you'll remember. If you have a long list of words or terms, the best way is to take the first letter of each word and make a Silly Sentence. Remember that "My Very Eager Mother Just Served Us Noodles" and you'll know the planets in order from the sun -- Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Also if you have something long to read, just make a song out of it, then when its time to read it just *say* the words instead of singing them. ( Full Answer )
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 dynamic audio system which does most of the work for you.
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Here is a list of the amendments - let's think about it! 1. Freedom of Religion, Assembly, Petition, Press, Opinion, and Speech 2. The freedom to bear arms 3. No military in your home except in war time. 4. No unreasonable searches 5. The right to remain silent and not incriminate yourself… 6. The right to a speedy and public trial 7. The right to a jury trial in civil matters of $20 and over. 8. The right to fair fines and bail. No cruel and unusual punishment 9. Individual Rights. Rights that are not in the constitution are still rights given to citizens. 10. State Rights. Any right not given in the constitution is given to the states to legislate. 11. You cannot sue another state except with permission by that state's judicial system. 12. The electoral college must have two separate elections for president and vice president 13. Emancipation. All slaves are free. 14. Foreign born citizens can vote 15. All men get the right to vote - including ex-slaves 16. The Federal Income Tax is established 17. The people elect their own US senators 18. Alcohol is prohibited 19. Women get the right to vote 20. January 20th is the day that a new president takes office 21. It is no longer illegal to drink Alcohol. The 18th amendment is struck down. 22. A president can only have 2 terms in office. 23. Washington DC can vote for the president 24. You may not charge people money so that they can register to vote. 25. Lays down the rules for who becomes president if the president dies/resigns etc. 26. You can vote at the age of 18. 27. Congressmen cannot vote to give themselves a raise in the same term. You could: . Recite the amendments over and over until you know them - this could be a bit boring in this case, since there are 27 of the things! . Make a rhyme - I'm not a poet, so I can't help you there. Maybe another WikiReader can find a poem later. . Make a silly sentence - that sounds best to me! Let's see what all the letters are: F (for Freedom), F (for Freedom again - we're going to have to remember the freedoms, too), M (for Military), U (for Unreasonable), R (for Remain Silent), S (for Speedy Trial), J (for Jury Trial), F (for Fair Fines), I (for Individual Rights), S (for State Rights), S (for Sue a State), E (for Electoral College), E (for Emancipation), F (for Foreign Born), M (for Men), F (for Federal Income Tax), P (for People), A (for Alcohol), W (for Women), J (for January 20), A (for Alcohol again - the amendment change), T (for Two Terms), W (for Washington, DC - you could put D for DC here if you wanted), C (for Charge Money), W (for Who becomes president), A (for Age), C (for Congressmen) You can choose different words if you want - so long as you can remember the amendment once you remind yourself of the first letter of the important part! This silly sentence could go something like this: Fat Freddie Made Unusually Rare Steaks. Joe Friday Imagined Slashed Steaks Emitting Evil Fluids. Man, Freddie, Please Allow Well-done, Joe Added. Well, Chum, Well-Done As (in) Charred! ( Full Answer )
Memorizing a written passage or poem is usually best done by simple repetition. Learn the first sentence by repeating it over and over. Then, add the next sentence, and so on. Soon, you will have the entire thing memorized! Of course, it helps if you understand it - knowing what something means ma…kes it more likely that you will remember the words. ( Full Answer )
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!!!!!!!!!! ( Full Answer )
The fastest way to memorize is to use a mnemonic devise to help you. Click on the related questions below to learn some of the most common mnemonic devices!
The best way to write a rap song is to write 48 bars of lyrics on a collge ruled notebook paper or notepad and then think of a chorus(or in slang terms hook)
It depends on what you're trying to memorize! If you have a list of terms or words that you need to memorize in order, you should make a Silly Sentence out of the first letter of each word -- like Every Good Boy Does Fine to remember musical notes. If you have a longer list, you could use pegwords… or a mental map and imagine each thing at a specific spot on your map, or "hanging" on a specific pegword. If you're talking about something complicated, like math or physics formulae, then the best way is just to write it over and over and over until it sticks. ( Full Answer )
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 N…otes 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. ( Full Answer )
The best way to improve your vocabulary is to memorize lists of vocabulary words. Is this a vocabulary building statement?
No, you should catorize them. For instance, big, alot, prodigous ant. small, little, parsomonius, and more.
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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.
Anything can be memorized by anybody, it just depends on the effort you put into it.. I think the best way to memorze a song is one line at a time, literally, be it words or music. over and over again until you have it memorized, then move on to the next section playing (or singing) the part you ha…ve already memorized and adding the next line and so on.. That's what works best for me. ( Full Answer )
Yes I think we should. It does not mean that we need to memorize the finger movements by rote with Hands to gether. This any way we will accomplish once the piece is played 10 or 100 times with a months duration. This is not totally dependable. What is challenging here is, assume you learnt a pi…ece by rote depending on the finger memory alone and did not practice for 4 days at a stretch, and start to play on 5th day - a small blackout can cause a confusion, placing a wrong finger on the key - now if you have to resume, have to restart from beginning to regain the flow. We cannot completely bank on sight reading, because the skill varies and absolutely we cannot keep our eyes tied with the sheet music when we are facing the examiner. As far as exam pieces are concerned we need to play so fast and accurately so that we will never be conscious of each and every bar, and consciously we do not take effort to recollect piece from sheet music. So there has to be some way, where in we should memorize the song in such way that , we can disassemble the parts whenever we needed. So I thought we could go through the following steps (parts), i believe that is fool proof: 1. Identify and start a piece 2. Get the music (solfeage or whatever is convenient for Right hand melody and chords). After playing twice or thrice recollect it from memory 2. Similarly do it for Left hand melody 3. Now finalize the finger numbers and keep repeating hands separate for each side until both hands become independently comfortable. 4. Start slowly, with the hands to gether, play with both hands and note some of the peculiar patterns - at times when same fingers coincide used as memory cues 5. If there is a row of keys to remember, you can use a simple notation that I follow : For Ab Bb C Db use numbers like 0 0 1 0 where 0 denotes a black key and 1 denotes a white key. Repeated follow of these steps will give lot of confidence and even if one hand fails the other will take over. Best of luck ( Full Answer )
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: First, 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 shor…ter 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 ( Full Answer )
The following text is taken from a November 1994 public BBS message written by Chip Edwards My favorite one of all though is to remember the bill of rights. Our history teacher taught it to us and it involved a rather heavy-set man who student taught at our school and used to make jokes about how h…eavy he was (his name was Joe Bones). It goes: FATS AS Joe Bones are Positavely Stupid which equals Freedoms ( SPRAP another acronym for the freedoms = Speech Press Religion Assembly Petition), Arms (right to bear), Troops (no more quartering), Search (unreasonable search and seasure), Accused (rights of the accused), Speed (right to a speedy trial), Jury (right to a jury trial), Bail (no escessive bail/fines or unusual punnishment), People (rights not mentioned in the constitution are reserved for the people), and State (powers not delegated to the U.S. are reserved for the states). It makes a real easy way to remember something that would have been nasty to remember otherwise. ( Full Answer )
Songs are automatically protected by copyright as soon as they are fixed in a tangible medium (notated or recorded). If formal registration is available in your country, you may choose to do that as well, although it is not required.
Practice. Slowly at first, with a metronome. If you find a tough spot, stop and work on the measure. Try repeating it until you get the phrase down. Also, practicing for short amounts of time daily tend to encourage more improvement than trying to force in hours of practice.
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 carry on and consequently you will be able to memorize all the countries on the map. Source: http://www.datadubai.com/
There's really no fast way - it's a matter of memorizing the rulesand practicing them. It helps to use common sense - for example, acar traveling straight ahead has right-of-way over someone turningacross traffic, and a person walking has right-of-way over cars.
The easiest way to memorize a long piece of writing is just to repeat it over and over. Start reading it out loud - yes, out loud does work better than just reading to yourself! - and after you read it 20 or 30 times (if you're paying attention when you read, that is) you'll know it!
Type in the title of the song on Google. Then reread the lyrics until you have them memorized.
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, take a couple measures at a time. Practice them until you can play them 3 times perfectly. Then take the music away, and try a…gain, looking at the music if you need help. Once you can play it 3 times perfectly, then move on to the next measures. ( Full Answer )
3 New (New Jersey, New York, and New Hampshire) Roads Intertwine (Rhode Island) Past (Pennsylvania) George and Ma's Deli (Georgia, Massachusetts, Delaware) Circling (Connecticut) Caroline's (North and South Carolina) Virgin Mary (Virginia, Maryland) So crazy it just might work! If you have a pho…tographic memory learn these states on the map and picture them in your head. That's how I would do it. ( Full Answer )
I don't have a song to memorize the 13 colonies, but I have a funny story. See if you can find the 13 colonies. Georgia, the Jersey Cow There once was a cow named Georgia. Georgia was a special breed of cow known as a Jersey cow. Georgia was not a regular cow. She was sometimes known to be a …little bit crazy. One day Georgia got away from the farmer and had a crazy idea to climb the Empire State building . She climbed all the way to the top and got stuck. As a crowd gathered they looked up to see Georgia. They could see the she was wearing a big yellow underwear. George for some unknow reason had a Virginia ham tucked under her arm. They also noticed that she had something in her hands. In her right hand she had a pencil . In her left hand she had a paper with connect-the-dots . As they looked closer to the paper they noticed the connect-the-dots were actually a picture of Mariliyn Monroe, a famous actress. Marilyn was walking down a road. She was heading to a church to attend Mass . In the church they sing two Christmas carols. THE END Georgia - Georgia Jersey - New Jersey Empire State building - New York underwear - Delaware Virginia - Virginia ham - New Hampshire pencil - Pennslvinia connect the dots - Connecticut Marilyn - Maryland road - Rhode Island Mass - Massachusetts two Christmas carols - South Carolina and North Carolina ( Full Answer )
use your computer and plug in your mp3 and insert cd from there you can copy or move the songs onto the cd threw drag and drop or for better words rip/burn
The Drake and Josh song: I saw Mercury Then Venus I saw Earth Then Mars I saw Jupiter Then Saturn Then Uranus Then Neptune youtube.com/watch?v=8nfXMheQg4k
The best way to improve your vocabulary is to learn one or two words every day and use them in conversation!
Using a study deck is the best way -- aside from actually getting a job in a pharmacy. See the link to learn how to make a study deck.
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE! trust me, it's the only way. and listen to it everyday;) .
its same as you remember people if you like the situations....to portray something that left us spell bound , we actually need a medium. so like a photograph for a memory a diary to a date ...a lyrics is pillar of the beauty of the song...that can help us to make ourself a part of it. the lyrics mak…es the song simple and immortal. ( Full Answer )
Say the places on the map over and over and over again untiol you feel like you have completely memorized the map.
because the tune is really catchy and gets stuck in your head and its really hard to get out
First look up the lyrics, then listen to the song a couple times only reading the lyrics over so you get visual memorization. Then, listen to it a bunch of times singing the reading and singing the words out loud so that you get the aural and oral training.
If you're a visual learner, I would suggest reading it several times each day for about a week. Writing it over and over helps as well. If you're an aural (listening) learner I would suggest repeating it over and over to yourself either out loud or in your head. It could be fun to make a song out of… it! ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
First, you have to think of a tune, and after you got the tune, start writing down some lyrics. Then it'll be ready!
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. ( Full Answer )
An easy way to memorize anything is to use the RCRC method. RCRC stands for R ead whatever you want to memorize C over your paper R ecite what you want to memorize out loud or say it in your head C heck what you recited
A memorable song by Richard Clayderman would be "Casablanca" as well as "Wind Beneath my Wings." Richard Clayderman is fifty-nine (59) years old and he is a well known French pianist.
The best way to memorize a song is to listen to it and sing along. Get a copy of the lyrics to make sure you're singing the right words. Finally, sing the song without music or lyrics to make sure you remember everything.
Repetition. See the link on making a Study Deck of flashcards. Youjust keep going over and over them until you remember them.
There is not a special day of the week that your brain works betteron -- see the links below for help with memorization.
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.