Memorize Vocabulary Words #1

Learn how to remember vocabulary and memorize English SAT mnemonic words: Benevolent, Tawdry, Languid, Gregarious, Pulchritude’s Meaning in today’s Memorize Vocab Series

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Here are the English words and definitions that we memorized:
Benevolent = Well Meaning and Kindly
Tawdry = Showy but cheap and of poor quality
Languid = Weak or Slow and Relaxed
Gregarious = Fond of company; sociable
Pulchritude = Beauty

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Here are the mnemonic memory stories that I created for each word to help you learn how to remember vocabulary easily :

Benevolent = I gave my dog a Bone inside of an Envelope because he was being kind all week.
Tawdry = A Towel couldn’t Dry the wet floor because it was made of cheap material.
Languid = On top of a Lane there was a Squid laying there very weak and lazy like.
Gregarious = Inside of the Gray Car, there was a lot of Rice having fun and talking with each other.
Pulchritude = The Poker cards that the Toad had were a straight flush which caused a beautiful princess to appear
That’s It! You now know how to memorize the words Benevolent, Tawdry, Languid, Gregarious, Pulchritude’s Meaning! Just review a little bit and you will have these words fully memorized come SAT, High School, or College exam test day.
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