Numeric Alphabet Introduction

Mnemonic keys are linked to a number by the “Numeric Alphabet”. These keys (keywords) can be used in a sentence to link with a subject.
   AEIOU, WHY, X  and silent letters have no value.
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1.  T, D, TH              example: hat would equal the number 1
2.  N                     example: honey would equal 2
3.  M                     example: home would be 3
4.  R                     example: hero would be 4
5.  L                     example: hill would be 5
6.  Sh, Ch, J, soft G     example: shoe would be 6
7.  Q, hard C, K, hard G  example: cow would be 7
8.  V, F                  example: wife would be 8
9.  P, B                  example: ape would be 9
0.  S, C, Z               example: ice would be 0

Only letters that are distinctly sounded out (pronounced) matter.
So if we had a list of 5 items to remember here is how it is done.
Milk
Butter
Cereal
Bananas
Tomato Sauce

When we put milk into a hat it leaks out all over the place.
The butter was as sweet as honey.
I better not return home without the cereal.
I go bananas whenever I see my hero.
It’s hard to make tomato sauce flow up hill.

We reconstruct our keywords from the “Numeric Alphabet”
1 is hat
2 is honey
3 is home
4 is hero
5 is hill
Then we remember the sentence we used the word in to recover the subject. It helps if you can visualize something from the sentence. For example milk leaking all over the place from the hat.

You will find that since the words you construct from the “Numeric Alphabet” never change you only have a difficult time once remembering the static list of words. From then on you have a way of linking to other lists of subjects or items.