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Some verbs can be followed by a gerund (-ing verb) or an infinitive (to+verb). For instance, these sentences are both grammatically correct: "Remember to study", and "Remember studying." However, the meanings are quite different.
A portmanteau is the combination of two words to make a new word. Using portmanteaus is quick and convenient, and it makes you seem more natural.
Mistakes are an accident. You know it's wrong, but the wrong word slips out. An error, on the other hand, is something you don't know. But what's the difference when you study?
It's very helpful to consider the building blocks of the language. So, let's begin with the basics and build up to the very complex.
A modal is a helping verb like can, should, may, might, must, have to, would, and will. Modals enable you to use a single main verb in different ways or "modes".
Repeating new information, also called "rehearsal", is commonly called one of the worst memorization techniques. Why? Let's get into it.
Remembering is not just accessing information, it can also involve vivid use of the imagination. In fact, the more you imagine, the more you'll remember.
There are many ways to remember, but what's most important is that memory strategies do not occur automatically. They require time, practice and effort.
When something bad happens, don't assume anyone did it on purpose. Instead, use Hanlon's razor to look for other reasons for people's behavior.
Use Occam's Razor to keep things simple when designing a business plan.
Specific language is far stronger than general language. Specifics transport the reader or listener and give them a clear image, while general language forces the reader or listener to do the work of imagining what is meant. Let's look more deeply into this.