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I agree. We have like 40 word spelling tests each week and we need to know the word, spelling, definiton, and such. I've always used the method Nivas' just suggested. For example, last week we had aplomb. and this probably isnt the best example to use but it's what went in my head. PS sorry if you're offended at all. blame the media not me.neway

aplomb kinda looks like bomb so therfore noun
it means poise,self-assurance,composure,confidence..etc
like a (once again sorry for any offence) a suicide bomber must be pretty composed to just walk into a building and blow it up along with himself.
so yah..just thought i would share my thoughts on this method. it rocks. it really does help. just use your imagination.
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memorizing words is easy and simple if you follow certain techniques like using flash cards ,visualizing the words etc
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This article is really good... 10 practical tips to help you memorize vocab words:
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goooooooodd! you have good ideas.