Memorized (things that have been memorized soon forget what to do)
Today, I will share with you the knowledge I have memorized, and I will soon forget how to explain what I have memorized. if you happen to solve the problems you are facing now, don't forget to pay attention to the Xianglong Fish Farm, let's start now!
A list of the contents of this article:
- 1 、Does reciting it mean the same as remembering it?
- 2 、What do you mean by reciting?
- 3 、What if you memorize the words and then forget them?
Does reciting it mean the same as remembering it?
Of course it's different.ReciteHey, it's a short time for you to carry me.ReciteOfReciteOh, you might remember.ReciteBut you won't remember it in the future, but if you really remember it, you'll never forget it if you want to.
What do you mean by reciting?
Memorization is the past tense form of the imperfect aspect.
The past tense of the unfinished body can be divided into positive, negative, neutral and plural, which can indicate an action that has taken place in the past, but does not emphasize the result of the action, or indicates that the result of the action no longer exists when speaking. When we do not emphasize whether the action is completed, but only indicate the process of the past action, we use the past tense of the unfinished aspect.
What if you memorize the words and then forget them?
The importance of vocabulary to English learning is self-evident, but words are often the most troublesome thing in English learning.
There is no shortcut to memorize words, only to practice more over and over again, but there are shortcuts to people's memory, and good memory methods are of great help.
Today let's take a look at four efficient memory methods to find the "MrRight" that works best for you.
01 rolling memory method
According to the Ebinghaus forgetting curve, what people remembered before will continue to be lost with the passage of time, so in order to prevent memorized words from being forgotten, students can memorize words repeatedly at different times every day.
The "rolling memory method" actually uses the forgetting curve to help people consolidate the words that are easy to forget. To put it simply, it is anti-forgetting memorization.
Students are advised to memorize words in 4 periods every day, and each time is no more than 1 hour. Specific operation methods take memorizing 100 words a day as an example.
The first session can be selected between 8:00 and 9:00:
The purpose of "brushing" between 8: 00 and 9: 00 in the morning is to distinguish between recognized and unknown words, and to memorize unknown words for the first time conceptually.
The second period can be selected between 13:00 and 14:00:
In the process of memorizing words for the second time, the focus is on the unknown words screened out by the first time, and memorize these words deeply.
The third session can be selected between 18:00 and 19:00:
In the process of memorizing the words for the third time, we focus on memorizing the words we still don't know, and consolidate the memory of the words we have just memorized.
The fourth session can be selected between 11:00 and 12:00:
In the process of memorizing words for the fourth time, our main purpose is to check and fill in the gaps, memorize the words that have been memorized during the day for the last time, continue to recite the words that have not been memorized yet, and make key marks.
Finally, please pay attention to one thing: after 100 words have been recited for four times a day, they are not over.
What is scrolling? That is, when you memorize another 100 new words the next day, be sure to add the old words that you did not memorize the day before to the new words of the next day, and remember them by rolling until they are completely memorized. This method of "rolling memory" can make more and more words memorized like snowballs, and repeated many times are not easy to forget, and finally realize the steady improvement of words.
02 the idea of connecting the sky with the sky
In fact, all the methods of memorizing words are the same, "the idea of connecting the sky and the sky" is just a more interesting, vivid and happy "rolling memory method".
Zhou Xiaoliu, a writer of simple books, has described this method in detail:
The sky is wild, it is creation, it is wishful thinking, it is done according to nature, and it moves from the heart.
Today, for example, when I recite instinct, I think of institute, extinct, and institute, I think of substitute.
When I can't remember the meaning of this word, write it down in the small book I have with me, and I will look it up. The most important thing about words is not to remember, but to form a network. Memorizing words is also a creative process. You are memorizing words with the path you have created.
Scale, think it is very similar to stale, the latter is rotten, there is a rotten called rotten, flesh pain, its front rot also has the same meaning, rot synonym decompose (decompose, rot), back to decompose.
Whether it's from stale or lyric, you can think of decompose, believe me, the second time you think of decompose, you'll never forget what it means.
If each word is like some scattered dots, the way to create it is to connect these words into lines, and if there are more lines, they will be woven into a web. Learning words in a mesh way is the fastest and happiest way to memorize words.
03 root affix
Root affixation has always been regarded as a scientific method.to make words grow exponentially. However, there are many kinds of root affixes, so it is unrealistic to memorize all the root affixes, so please remember the root affixes with emphasis when memorizing them:
1) the root is the most important. The root has the greatest correlation with the meaning of the word, so we must focus on memorizing it. For example, "vis" is related to "look".
2) the prefix is less important. Prefixes can also affect the meaning of words. For example, the prefix "re" has three meanings: "back, backward"; "again, again"; and "on the contrary, objection".
04 logical word guessing
The principle of this method is to guess the meaning of words by grasping the logical structure of the article. The juxtaposition, turning point and concession relationship in the picture above are the three most common logical relations.
(1) form: AandB is the most basic form, and the words that can replace and include or,aswellas and so on.
(2) examination sites:
The grammatical structure is the same: the two juxtaposition before and after the and must be the same grammatical structure, that is, the part of speech is the same and the tenses are the same; and when looking for the juxtaposition relationship, please look from the back to the front (look for B and then A), that is to say, and and the following coordinate component B must be closely linked, while there may be some components intermingled with the front coordinate component A that is not easy to see.
In example 1, the juxtaposition component is: sparked … Andfueled... Among them, the two coordinate verbs connected by and have the same part of speech, act as predicate verbs, and have the same tenses, both of which are in the simple past tense.
Semantic consistency: in the AandB structure, the meanings of An and B are roughly the same, just understand one. So when you find a juxtaposition conjunction like and near a word you don't know, think about whether its meaning can be inferred through and. The two words sparked and fueled in example 1 only need to know one to derive the general meaning of the other.
2. Turning point relationship
(1) form: a but butB is the most basic form, and the words that can replace it include yet,however,unfortunately,infact and so on.
(2) examination sites:
B is important; after the turning point, it is often the focus of the author, so part B often gives the examination questions.
NotA=B; students all know that after the turning point (B) is important, but if you can't understand it after the turning point (B), please be sure to push it back through the meaning of A.
3. Concession relationship
(1) form: AlthoughA,B. Is the most basic form, the words that can replace Although are though,eventhough,evenif,while,inspiteof,despite,regardlessof and so on.
(2) examination sites:
B important; AlthoughA,B. Although there is no but in front of part B, it needs to be translated, so part B can still be regarded as a turning point and is often the focus of the examination.
NotA=B; is the same as the turning point. If you can't read part B, you can deduce it through the meaning of part A.
You can try to use the above methods in your daily study. Memorizing words requires a daily accumulation of steps, and the correct methods can not be less. If you stick to it, you will certainly get something.
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