Enter what you want to memorize.
Be sure to use line breaks.
Firstly, say it at least a few times.
Try glancing at the screen briefly.
It's best to repeat this step until you know the flow of the text.
Secondly, say it without mistakes.
Below are the first letters of each word.
Make sure you're comfortable with every line of the text.
Thirdly, say it without pausing.
Below are the first words of each line.
If you're unsure about a word, go back two steps and reread that part.
Great! Repeat these steps every hour or so until it's memorized.
Try saying it right now.
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This free, streamlined memorization tool can help you with lines, poems, speeches and monologues - basically anything that needs to be spoken.
2013/12: Available offline (in supported browsers).
2013/12: Calculates approximate speaking time.
2013/12: Counts number of paragraphs/stanzas.
You learn best by hearing, seeing, or doing, so find out what type of learner you are and have matching memorization techniques.
In addition, ask people who know you well and/or are familiar with memorizing (teachers, actors, etc.) to help you out.
Make sure to experiment - the only way to find out how you memorize best is by trying to memorize in different ways.