English Mnemonic for French Vocabulary: aubergine

English mnemonic for the French word: aubergine

English: eggplant

An OLD BEAR in JEANS shows up at your door to sell you a potted plant bearing eggs and eggplants.

You’ll never forget aubergine en francais means eggplant in English.

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Even mnemonics, that previously most powerful technique, doesn’t hold a candle to spaced-repetition flash cards programs.

This technology, spaced-repetition flash card technology, wasn’t widely available before about 2010, in a big way. It automatically serves up a given flash card just when the average human brain would begin to forget it.

This is the vocabulary learning equivalent of just-in-time-delivery. In fact, it’s part of a thing: Just In Time Learning.

The flash card section here is like a computer program that essentially programs your brain with French vocabulary.

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