Mnemonic Device: CH on the right, CH on the left, and U R (you are) in the middle. Explanation: A mnemonic device for spelling the word CHURCH.
Mnemonic devices for spelling words
It can be a hassle to spell difficult words. Here are some interesting mnemonics to help with those tricky words
Mnemonic Device: Dash In A Real Rush, Hurry Or Else Accident! Dead In A Rolls-Royce Having Over-Eaten Again Explanation: Mnemonic device for spelling the word DIARRHOEA* *British-English spelling
Mnemonic Device: A Rat In The House May Eat Tom’s Ice Cream A Rat In The House May Eat The Ice Cream Explanation: The first letter of each word spells
Mnemonic Device: Please Say You Can Hit Old Ladies, Or Get Yogurt. Explanation: A mnemonic device for spelling the word PSYCHOLOGY.
How To Make Love
Mnemonic Device: How To Make Love Explanation: A mnemonic for the correct spelling of the word HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). To remember the spelling of HTML instead of HMLT
Mnemonic Device: General Eisenhower’s Oldest Girl Rode A Pony Home Yesterday Variations: George Eats Old Grey Rats And Paints Houses Yellow George Eliot’s Old Grandmother Rode A Pig Home
Your Principal is your PAL
Mnemonic Device: Your Principal is your PAL. Explanation: To show the difference between spelling principle and principal.
Spelling words with ie and ei
Mnemonic Device: I before E, except after C, or when sounding like A, as in neighbor and weigh; and also for weird, which is really just weird. Explanation: Mnemonic to
Mnemonic Device: A Rude Girl Undresses, My Eyes Need Taping! Explanation: to spell the word ARGUMENT
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