English Mnemonic for French Vocabulary: dentifrice

English mnemonic for the French word: dentifrice

English: toothpaste

The poet DANTE stole a tube of toothpaste, for which he was condemned to FREEZING center of Hell, as described in his famous poem. DANTE FREEZE, holding the toothpaste.

So, that’s awful and at least now you’ll never forget that dentifrice en francais is toothpaste 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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