Memory Of Words Do Not Stay In My Brain With Memory

There has been lots of English Words that I have tried to Memorize how they should be spelled. But a lot of these Words do not stay Memorized with me. The learning and memory of such words are not always working on staying memorized and lots of times I try to look words up in the Dictionary. I for a lot of times can't find the words in the Dictionary, because I don't know the words spelling to find them in the Dictionary. Even after trying to look where I would think they would be, if I don't have the spelling right, I'm not going to find the word. And my mind isn't helping me find alternative spelling. What gets me a lot of times is the Alphabet order is not always and completely clear to me right off the top of my head, until I have to run the Alphabet's sequence for every letter and that in a lot of ways gets in the way of my progress with wanting to say things.  0 - 9 in numbers has 10 Characters. A - Z has 26.  There is more Characters to have to think about in Language. Numbers is easier for me to deal with, than a Language with a lot more Characters to have to think about.

ChakraSolipsismMGP ChakraSolipsismMGP
56-60, M
2 Responses Feb 24, 2010

@pieman353? Where was I capitalizing "memorized" and "numbers"? I'm not getting you. I'm using the meaning of these words. Not capitalizing them. I was saying when you count the Characters of numbers and letters ...<br />
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 9 = 10 Characters<br />
a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y and z = 26 Characters<br />
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Trying to get an arrangement of Characters in Numbers is easier than Letters for words.<br />
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104 is easier to find between 103 and 105. Where as trying to find a word like "misinform" is a bit more like trying to find the first letter (M) ... finding (m) between l and n. Then the next letter i has to be found between h and j. Then the next letter (s) has to be found between r and t. And so forth. Getting a sequence in letters from numbers is more complicated. That is what I am saying.<br />
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Why are you capitalizing stuff like "memorized" and "numbers"? Those are nouns, and they are lowercased. From that, I'm willing to guess you're not a native speaker...?