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Mnemonics Competition Winner!

Do you remember our competition? We were looking for clever devices to help remember how to spell the word ‘mnemonic’. The winner would receive a free annual subscription to Spellzone worth £29.95.

We had a go amongst ourselves, but not with very much success.

Here is one of our attempts:

Must Neither Eat Mouldy Oranges Nor Infested Cheese

Or how about:

Mum’s Nice Eggs Make Omelettes Not Including Cheese?

We seem to have a theme to our mnemonics…

Anyway – that’s enough from us. Without further ado, we are pleased to present our winning entry:

Using a mnemonic Means Never Ever Missing Odd Naughty & Incredible Chances to spell words correctly.

This wonderful memory device was submitted by Rosie, who is training to be a teacher.


Here is what she has to say about Spellzone: “I am currently training to be an English teacher and start teaching this September. I am really excited about beginning my teaching career and thrilled that I'll have Spellzone to help me! I have heard great things about the resources and think that this will be a great tool for myself and my students. I can see myself incorporating this resource into many of my lessons to build strong vocabulary and spelling. Thanks for this - I will be well equipped when I enter the classroom!”

If you’re a teacher and would like a free Spellzone trial for your school, please do get in touch. And for more opportunities to win free individual subscriptions, don’t forget keep an eye out for our future competitions!

13 Jun 2013
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"I would like to thank you so much for this great website. I have always been ashamed of my spelling but after a few lessons I am already better. It is filling in all the gaps. Thanks."
Student, France


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