Simple Italian Memorization Method

by Shareen Aguilar - Date: 2006-11-30 - Word Count: 332 Share This!

Italian - the language of love and one of the most romantic languages known throughout the history. Wouldn't it be great if you understood each romantic word that you hear from your Italian neighbor? Don't think of expensive immersion to Italy. Think of other resources.

When we're eager to learn something new, we tend to react impulsively with the first outcome of the lessons. We usually complain and whine about how hard the lesson is and how difficult for it to be remembered. The truth is, during the early stages of recognition, our minds work hyperactively. What else is that our memory stores the immediate information that interests us. So, the early stages of learning is important; once you have know what information it is about, you're sure in remembering it. On the other hand, when we fail to remember important information, it's our attention that failed us, not our memory.

A good way of remembering Italian words, especially when you think that it's extremely hard to learn such interesting language is to give your full attention to it. Memorization requires your undivided attention. You may wonder why. Simply because after your mind absorbs what you need to know during the early stages of learning, that information never leaves your brain and it will stay there.

Let's take a look at an example. A little boy uses skirts as track prints as he walks down the mouth of a lagoon in search for a marshmallow for food. As you picture the scene, try to remember the key words which is skirt from the English language and la gonna from the Italian vocabulary.

This method of memorization is called the Link-Word association technique. Of course you can still exercise your brain for memorization by listening to Italian words on movies but the learning process will really need an in-depth touch base for complete understanding. Try forming more scenes in your mind using other English and Italian words.

You can check this site for full Italian memorization coverage.

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