Memory Care: Learn A New Word A Week

If you are following along, this is word #11.  All the previous words can be found in the archives.  The word for this week is, chromosome.  Most of you may already know the definition of this word. Can you use it in a sentence?  Remember write the word in your journal ten times with the definition.  Then say out loud the word, and the definition.  Then go over the whole list saying it out loud, with the definition.  Then try testing yourself to see if you know them all.  Don’t forget to use the word in a sentence.  Sometimes it can help you figure out the word you are looking for.  How are you doing?  If you are having a hard time, try writing them out, and saying them out loud as you write.  So far I am doing good.  The list is getting longer now, so it will start to get harder.

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