Memorization

How can i quickly memorize a passage from Julias Caesar? I have to speak it in front of class.

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asked by Amanda
  1. Try some of these suggestions:
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070522212042AALIMs1

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    posted by drwls
  2. Take 2 line...memorize those, thinking of the context of what you are saying. The memorize the next two lines and how they relate to the first. Put those 4 together. ALWAYS think of what exactly you are saying, what it means, what you want the listener to come away with. Then work on the next four lines the same way. Put those together with the first four. Say them in front of a mirror to be sure that you are talking to someone.
    The point is, memorizing is not hard if you take it in small bites and think of the meaning and conveying the meaning.

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