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How to Remember Vocabulary #4 | Memorize English Mnemonic Future Point

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Acumen (n): The ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain. [g]

Word Use [d]

Remarkable acumen in business matters.

Acumen Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The acute angle shot the men running fast towards the brain.

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Filial (adj): Of, relating to, or befitting a son or daughter: filial respect. [a]

Word Use [d]

She explained that “filial laws” are a vestige of English rule.

Filial Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The father took her daughter to the nail salon to get her nails file down to show his affectionate for her.

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Laud (v): To give praise to; glorify. [a]

Word Use [d]

Israel is quick to laud those who fought the Nazis, no matter how futilely, over those who went powerless to their deaths.

Laud Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Everyone at church was giving praise to our lord and savior, Jesus Christ.

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Nonchalant (adj): Casually unconcerned or indifferent. [a]

Word Use [d]

His nonchalant manner infuriated me.

Nonchalant Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The nun at the church was calm and unconcerned with the bible challenge because she had been preparing months prior.

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Perquisites (n): a thing regarded as a special right or privilege enjoyed as a result of one's position. [g]

Word Use [d]

Among the president's perquisites were free use of a company car and paid membership in a country club.

Perquisites Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The pear was the most popular fruit in the cuisine because it had so many health benefits.



-Luis Angel

Memory Master Champion

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AEMind.com | How to Remember Vocabulary #4 | Memorize English Mnemonic 

Memory Master Champion, Luis Angel, Right here to teach you how to learn and memorize English Vocab with ease.

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Ep. 4



Acumen (n): The ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain. [g]

Word Use [d]

Remarkable acumen in business matters.

Acumen Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The acute angle shot the men running fast towards the brain.

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Filial (adj): Of, relating to, or befitting a son or daughter: filial respect. [a]

Word Use [d]

She explained that “filial laws” are a vestige of English rule.

Filial Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The father took her daughter to the nail salon to get her nails file down to show his affectionate for her.

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Laud (v): To give praise to; glorify. [a]

Word Use [d]

Israel is quick to laud those who fought the Nazis, no matter how futilely, over those who went powerless to their deaths.

Laud Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Everyone at church was giving praise to our lord and savior, Jesus Christ.

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Nonchalant (adj): Casually unconcerned or indifferent. [a]

Word Use [d]

His nonchalant manner infuriated me.

Nonchalant Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The nun at the church was calm and unconcerned with the bible challenge because she had been preparing months prior.

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Perquisites (n): a thing regarded as a special right or privilege enjoyed as a result of one's position. [g]

Word Use [d]

Among the president's perquisites were free use of a company car and paid membership in a country club.

Perquisites Mnemonic and SAT Word Pictures

Story = The pear was the most popular fruit in the cuisine because it had so many health benefits.



-Luis Angel

Memory Master Champion

Get the Free Better Memory Guide at: https://www.aemind.com

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