Memorize Vocabulary Words #3

Learn how to remember vocabulary and memorize English SAT mnemonic words: Advocate, Conciliate, Eclectic, Exonerated, and Inane’s Meaning in today’s Memorize Vocab Series

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Here are the English words and definitions that we memorized:
Advocate = A person who publicly supports or recommends a
particular cause or policy.
Conciliate = stop (someone) from being angry or discontented;
placate; pacify.

Eclectic = deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.
Exonerated = To free from blame. 
Inane = Lacking sense or substance.
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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 :

Advocate = The avocado was speaking into a microphone as it was praising the carrot that was running for congress.

Conciliate = The kid gave his mom a cone with latte flavored ice cream to help her calm down from yelling at him all day for ruining her new dress.

Eclectic = The man playing the electric guitar was playing a vast variety of genres.

Exonerated = The egg salad was eaten by the rat and not the monkey, so the monkey was found innocent and set free from prison.
Inane = In and out was out of hamburgers and it made no sense.
That’s It! You now know how to memorize the words Advocate, Conciliate, Eclectic, Exonerated, and Inane’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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