Now that you have the code for our mnemonics memory technique to remember numbers, you will need a means of quickly remembering the code so that you can quickly create words and phrases for the numbers that you want to remember.
I’ll only cover a few at a time so that you will not be besieged with too much information at once. Also, it will give you a chance to practice this memory technique using just a few codes at a time; this will help you to commit to memory a few codes at a time very quickly.
First, “1” can be coded as a “t” or a “d”. Some teach you that a “t” or a “d” has one downstroke. This is fine, but so do other letters in the codes for other numbers. I like to remember the game “Truth or Dare”, and in that game, you can only choose one.
Next, “2” can be coded as an “n”. Lowercase “n” has two downstrokes.
Last, but not least, “3” can be coded as an “m”. Lowercase “m” has three downstrokes.
That’s it for today – pretty easy, huh?!! OK, so go out and practice these code letters for 1, 2, and 3. Don’t worry – it’s as easy as “Tan Me”!