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Question 1: For example, in trying to assist the learner to remember ohel, the ________ word for tent, Zuckermann proposes the memorable sentence "Oh hell, there's a raccoon in my tent".
Biblical HebrewMishnaic HebrewHebrew languageSamaritan Hebrew language

Question 2: In ________ a mnemonic is a code, usually from 1 to 5 letters, that represents an opcode, followed by one or more numbers (the operands).
Assembly languageMachine codeProgramming paradigmLow-level programming language

Question 3: Although mnemonics differ between different ________ some are common, for instance: "sub" (subtract), "div" (divide), "add" (add) and "mul" (multiply).
CPU designCentral processing unitApplication-specific integrated circuitInstruction set

Question 4: The idea lends itself well to memorizing hard-to-break ________ as well.
Password strengthAuthenticationPasswordPassword cracking

Question 5: [4] Linguist Ghil'ad Zuckermann has proposed many Anglo-Hebraic lexical mnemonics for English-speaking students of ________.
Mishnaic HebrewBiblical HebrewSamaritan Hebrew languageHebrew language

Question 6: The word mnemonic is derived from the ________ word μνημονικός mnemonikos ("of memory") and is related to Mnemosyne ("remembrance"), the name of the goddess of memory in Greek mythology.
Aeolic GreekAttic GreekDoric GreekAncient Greek

Question 7: A mnemonic device (pronounced /nɨˈmɒnɨk/[1]) is a mind memory and/or ________ aid.
AttentionThoughtPerceptionLearning

Question 8: One common mnemonic for remembering lists consists of an easily remembered ________, or phrase with an acronym that is associated with the list items.
United StatesAcronym and initialismAbbreviationEnglish language

Question 9: Another example is an ________ such as the Zoology mnemonic, used to remember the scientific classification applied in zoology.
PsalmsHebrew alphabetPoetryAcrostic

Question 10: [2] Mnemonics in antiquity were most often considered in the context of what is today known as the ________.
Method of lociPhilosophyArt of memoryAristotle
















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