What is the best way to revise quotations?
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Posters can be useful, but I would suggest first selecting a range of relevant quotations across characters/theme and simply recalling (writing/ saying) them every so often so they become a part of your long term memory.
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record them and ply them back to you when trying to relax at night
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write each quotation on a post it note and stick them on something you see every day. make sure you write who said it and what it is from.
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