which day is the seventh day of the week

Created on October 20, 2013 at 4:50 pm by Spiritual Warrior

To learn the Days of the Week in Spanish you can now repeat it several times over, and then do it again….

Now you must say these a whole bunch of times.

Chant them ten times each, in the morning, before each meal, and before you go to bed each day. Do this every day for a week.

Put it into a song.

Sing it, chant it, rhythmn it, rap it. Whatever beat spins your wheel.

And keep repeating it. This way through repetition you will drum it in to your memory.

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To learn the Days of the Week in Spanish you can now repeat it several times over, and then do it again….

Now you must say these a whole bunch of times.

Chant them ten times each, in the morning, before each meal, and before you go to bed each day. Do this every day for a week.

Put it into a song.

Sing it, chant it, rhythmn it, rap it. Whatever beat spins your wheel.

And keep repeating it. This way through repetition you will drum it in to your memory.

…or… an easier way to learn the Spanish days of the week is…

… by using the techniques that the world memory masters teach.

These are the sorts of people that can memorise twenty, thirty or even decks of shuffled cards.

Basically they say that the longer-lasting way to memorize words is to visualise them in a crazy, wacky, off-the-wall, goofy, silly, zany scene!

Which basically anyone can do.

Try this.

As you’ve just seen, the Spanish word for Wednesday is miércoles

(which sounds like ME, I CARE LESS ), so ….

so to put it into a silly scene just….

imagine it’s Wednesday and saying,
“ME, I CARE LESS that it is Wednesday.”

To make it even easier for you we have put in a picture… to save your brain-power those few moments of effort to stop and think.

.or… an easier way to learn the Spanish days of the week is…

… by using the techniques that the world memory masters teach.

These are the sorts of people that can memorise twenty, thirty or even decks of shuffled cards.

Basically they say that the longer-lasting way to memorize words is to visualise them in a crazy, wacky, off-the-wall, goofy, silly, zany scene!

Which basically anyone can do.

Try this.

As you’ve just seen, the Spanish word for Wednesday is miércoles

(which sounds like ME, I CARE LESS ), so ….

so to put it into a silly scene just….

… imagine it’s Wednesday and saying,
“ME, I CARE LESS that it is Wednesday.”

To make it even easier for you we have put in a picture… to save your brain-power those few moments of effort to stop and think.

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