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Mnemonic Sentences

I really wish that this kind of memory trick worked well for me.  If you are not familiar with the term allow me to share some with you. 

1. “Happy Henry lives beside Boron Cottage.”

I can remember the sentence from long ago. I know it is supposed to remind be of something that I learned in school. Clearly it would have been better if I had just memorized the information.

2.  “King Philip came over for good spaghetti.”

Again, I remember the mnemonic sentence and have no idea what I am supposed to remember. These really are not and never did work for me.

3. “All cows eat grass.”

Again, it probably a true statement, but I have no idea why or what I am remembering.

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    Do you know what “Happy Henry lives beside Boron Cottage.” should remind me of?

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    Do you know what “All cows eat grass.” should help me remember?

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    Do you know what . “King Philip came over for good spaghetti.” should remind me of?

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  1. Tell you what I’ll give it a shot. FIrst one King Henry once lived in Boron Cottage. Two if all cows eat grass then it is good for children to eat green vegetables and drink good milk that the cows give Three King Philip really loved spaghetti. Just a thought otherwise no idea but I do like sentences like this. They keep you on your toes.

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