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<ul><li>To remember a stranger...

  • To remember a stranger's name, ask questions about it, observe their looks, and try to connect the name with their face and occupation.
  • To remember dates, associate them with prominent dates you already know.
  • To remember the points of your address, arrange them in a logical order and make a nonsense sentence out of them.
  • If you forget what you're saying, you can use the last words of your last sentence as the first words of a new one.

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