Acronymic mnemonics

Yesterday, in “One Big Happy mnemonics”, the distinction between expression mnenomics and name, or acronymic , mnemonics, providing three spectacular examples of the former for spelling English words: among them, for ARITHMETIC:  A rat in Tom’s house might eat Tom’s ice cream. Now, a revisit to my 9/8/10 posting “NICE ‘n’ RICE”, with examples of the latter type. From that posting: NICE is the syntactician’s — especially the phrase structure grammarian’s … Continue reading Acronymic mnemonics