For my spanish class I have to memorize and recite a lot of vocabulary. The easiest way my friend and I have found is give one person the vocab sheet with the answers and do something like this
P1-Number one is-Answer, What is number one?
P2-says answer, P1 asks a few more times
P1-Number two is-Answer, What is number 2?
P1 then asks what number 2 is several times, mixing in asking what the answer to 1 is
Say what 3 is and the answer, ask for the answers to 1,2, and 3 and repeat for 4, 5, etc
Sorry if its a bit confusing but I couldn't find an easy way to expain it XD
I was going to ask how you can possibly do poorly in a Language Arts class, as it is one of the easiest classes ever, but if you use the word "computa" I guess it answers my question.
Spanish is easy once you learn the vocabulary. It's one of the simipliest languages to learn because it has a limited number of exceptions, unlike the English language, which is the hardest to learn.
I feel you on the algebra thing. I'm great at normal math, & first-year algebra, but Algebra II was the first C I've ever had on my report card besides PE.
Why not just look online for tutorials? I'm sure if you're specific enough, you can find something on the individual lesson plan & cram before the test. People tend to forget that there's other things on the internet besides porn & youtube.
Repetition in language is always good, can't give you many more tips as I'm Canadian and we have French, not Spanish.
Yeeaahh.. There's no way in hell I'm ever learning French. My grandparents speak Creole French, as my ancestors were banished by your ancestors, lol. They tried to teach me & my mouth felt like it does in the winter when you can't feel your lips. Too many "woo" type words.
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I blame Minecraft for the letters on my W, A, S, & D keys being completely gone.