What Does the Word OUGHT Mean?
Easily Memorize OUGHT’s Meaning and Definition in today’s Memorize Vocab Words Video by Memory Master Champion, Luis Angel
Ought (v) meaning and definition: Used to indicate obligation or duty.
Synonyms: concern, need, tax
Antonyms: benefit, distrust, freeing
Ought in a Sentence: He ought to be punished. You ought to be ashamed.
In the video below, I will give you the mnemonic associations that will help you learn and memorize this word quickly in order to move it from your passive vocabulary to your active vocabulary with ease.
The key idea with being able to memorize vocabulary words is the create pictures for those words.
The Mnemonic Pictures for this SAT Vocab word are :
Definition: paying taxes
Then just take both the picture for the word and the picture for the definition and visualize an interaction between the two.
Story: The otter paid its taxes to the IRS after building his dam
because he was obligated to do so.
That’s It! Just review a little bit and you will have these words fully memorized come test day.
Remember that the higher the SAT score you can get when you take it in high school, the better of a chance that you will have at getting accepted into the college or university of your dreams!
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