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|The repetition communicates a profoundlyironic point, the woman grasps forthe |
fruit in order toobtain what had already ... that oneof the classic proverbs of
education is: Repetitio est mater studiorum, “repetition is the mother of all
|The Importance of Message Repetition “Repetition is the mother of all learning,” |
an insight that originally comes to us from an ancient Latin proverb (repetitio est
mater studiorum), is one of the most robust findings ever to have emerged from ...
|Repetitio est mater studiorum (Repetition is the mother of study) While the |
content presented in the following chapters can be ... What is learned is
immediately reinforced following the old Latin motto that repetition is the mother
of all learning.
|He clearly treated spelling as a subject that was separate from its uses in |
learning to read (spelling-for-reading), for he ... He also conducted catechizing
lessons twice a week.39 Jones neatly encapsulated the theory that repetitio est
mater studiorum (repetition is the mother of learning), the ... Moreover, all the
problems, denominational, political, and financial, that beset missionaries and
|Repetitio est mater studiorum [Repetition is the mother of learning]. Any book that |
is at all important ought to be at once read through twice; partly because, on a
second reading, the connection of the different portions of the book will be better
|Chapter 1 Introduction Repetitio est mater studiorum (Latin: Repetition is the |
mother of learning.) 1.1 Photolithography, Wafer Scanning, and Motion Control In
today's highly competitive semiconductor manufacturing market, extracting ...
|... slogan gave me sound advice about enhancing my reading efficiency: “|
REPETITIo EST MATER STUDIoRUM” that stands for “REPETITIoN IS THE
MoTHER oF lEARNING.” So it wouldn't be unusual for me to read a passage two,
three, four, ...
|The latter mode in which forms are strengthened is particularly conspicuous in |
the process of learning anything by heart. ... In both cases the old saying proves
true, that Repetition is the Mother of Learning (Repetitio est mater studiorum').
|... of the time. repetatur-let it be repeated repetitio est mater memoriaerepetition is |
the mother of memory. [repetition materna/, memoria/] repetitio est mater
studiorum-repeating is the mother of learning. req.-abbr. for requiescat requiem-
|Hopefully, this will enhance the learning process according to the old Roman |
saying repetitio est mater studiorum (approximately translated as “repetition is the
mother of learning”). References Aspect, A., Dalibard, J., and Roger, G. (1982).