Drew used a magic trick to help one of his student instantly remember a useful new phrase...
And she was really excited!
So I would like to share with the community this helpful trick.
Learning new words is easy...
let's take 3 words you already know and make them much more memorable with some special phrases...
3 words you already know
1. To always remember the word "tree" in your conversations, use the phrase "tree hugger."
This is someone who cares about the environment, but maybe too much. It's actually a negative term used to describe people who might like the environment more than other people. And you can imagine a tree hugger standing in a forest actually hugging trees because they love them so much!
How did it feel when you learned "tree hugger"?
As soon as you read it, "tree," "hug" and "tree hugger" instantly became much more memorable, didn't they?
2. To remember the word "false," meaning incorrect or untrue, think of "false teeth."
False teeth are a way to conversationally describe dentures, or fake teeth. You can even imagine someone from long ago with false teeth made of animal bone, wood or some other material to make "false," "teeth" and "false teeth" all more memorable.
3. To always remember the word "spirit" when you speak, like a non-physical "soul" of a person, just think of "free spirit."
A free spirit is an independent person who doesn't care what other people think. My friend's daughter is a free spirit. She's always happily skipping through buildings even though her parents want her to walk.
See how easy and FAST it is to remember new words when you do it the right way?
If you struggle to express yourself because your words disappear in conversations, TAKE ACTION.
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