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How to Memorize German Vocabulary ... Using a Memory Palace Specifically Designed for the German Language

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If you'd like to improve your ability to learn the German language by as much as 100%, 200%, even 300% (or more) … using simple memory techniques that you can learn in 15-20 minutes (or less), then this may be the most important book you will ever read.

Believe it or not, it doesn't matter if you have a good memory or not.

The information in this eBook will teach you:

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Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 15th 2012 by Createspace (first published August 25th 2012)
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Amanda Markham
Oct 28, 2013 Amanda Markham rated it really liked it
This was a quick but fabulous read. I'm not learning German at the moment, I bought the book to assist me with recalling vocabulary for Australian Aboriginal languages. I've just implemented Anthony Metivier's system and it WORKS! You have to put in the effort to define your 'memory palaces' and the stations within them, but once you do this, you'll find you learn vocabulary at a crazy rate! The book is a bargain if you're reading in on Kindle - however there are a few formatting errors and ...more
Brett
Apr 05, 2013 Brett rated it really liked it
Good, quick read. Haven't put the suggestions into practice yet, but I'm hopeful. The whole memory palace idea combined with learning a language is definitely intriguing.
Adam Wiggins
Jan 24, 2014 Adam Wiggins rated it liked it
Use the memory palace technique (see "Moonwalking with Einstein") to remember vocabulary for a foreign language. For those not familiar, the memory palace is a method for memorizing things that involves imagining a ridiculous image (like Mr T sitting in a hot tub full of blood) in a place you know well (like your kitchen) and associating that with something you want to remember.

It sounds ridiculous; and when I read about it in Moonwalking with Einstein I didn't see the point, since it was all pa
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Christopher Bowley
Aug 24, 2014 Christopher Bowley rated it really liked it
I recommend reading this book in conjunction with the sister book on grammar for a deeper understanding of the applications of the method.

A very quick read with detailed explanations, written in a conversational style. It's an intriguing method that requires a start-up time of several hours of effort after reading. At first glance, this is a turn off, but to start you off on the lifelong journey of memory improvement, consider it an investment.
Seonag Paterson
Useful additional material to help learn how to use a memory palace in language learning. I'm currently taking an online course with the author and found this a v helpful supplement. I'm not sure hoe much you'd get out of the book on its own - I was reading it as part of an immersion in a whole new learning system (a system I'd thoroughly recommend).
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Anthony Metivier is a Canadian author and Memory trainer. His approach to mnemonics, known as the Magnetic Memory Method, has introduced several new innovations to the art of memory. Influenced by memory skills innovators like Harry Lorayne and Tony Buzan, Metivier is a promoter of mental literacy.

Born in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Metivier grew up in Kamloops. He completed first a BA and MA i
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