The Language

MFL

OISE SEÊ

ERSÈ SES LOYS SUKOE ÊVA

Only the Wise Survive!

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Greetings! My name is Mr. Wright, I am a linguist and the creator of the language Lesuhorve.

I have named the language Lesuhorve which means knowledgeable tongue.

Learning Lesuhorve enables people to better understand word building and how to better comprehend what they read and study.

The building blocks through the lessons help teach and enhance memory skills and retention of data.

Learn how to improve your reading and remember more information through the Lesuhorve language and memory course.

Expand you memory capacity, build your knowledge of the English vocabulary and other language skills.

Mnemonics

The word mnemonic is derived from the Ancient Greek word ?????????? mnemonikos (“of memory”) and is related to Mnemosyne (“remembrance”), the name of the goddess of memory in Greek mythology. Both of these words refer back to ????? mnema (“remembrance”).[2] Mnemonics in antiquity were most often considered in the context of what is today known as the Art of Memory.

The major assumption in antiquity was that there are two sorts of memory: the “natural” memory and the “artificial” memory. The former is inborn, and is the one that everyone uses every day. The artificial memory is one that is trained through learning and practicing a variety of mnemonic techniques. The latter can be used to perform feats of memory that are quite extraordinary, impossible to carry out using the natural memory alone.

First letter mnemonics

One common mnemonic for remembering lists consists of an easily remembered acronym, or phrase with an acronym that is associated with the list items. The idea lends itself well to memorizing hard-to-break passwords as well.

For example, to remember the “classic” named colours of the rainbow (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet), it can be easier for some people to remember the mnemonics “Roy G. Biv” (a made-up name) instead. Or in reverse “VIBGYOR” pronouced “vib-GYOr”.

Another example is an acrostic such as the Zoology mnemonic, used to remember the scientific classification applied in zoology.

 

What makes LESUHORVÊ different from all other languages?
Listen to why Lesuhorve is Different
The word structure of LESUHORVÊ is based upon ten basic colors: Black, Blue, Red, Brown, Purple, Green, Orange, Yellow, Gray, White. Each color represents certain ideals and concepts. Each color has a positive and negative side, but only the positive ideas and concepts are represented by the variegated lines. The colors have their own unique and special identity and meaning. Each color needs itself and the other colors to form words just as each digit in our numerical system needs itself and the other digits to form numbers of different values.

How long does it take to learn LESUHORVÊ?
Listen
Once you’ve learned the code of each color base, with the proper guidance and a little practice, within weeks you will be able to speak, read, and spell any LESUHORVÊ word.

Why learn LESUHORVÊ?
Listen
LESUHORVÊ will help you to learn and remember many words from other languages because you can take any word from any language and convert it into one or more of the color based characters. Human beings have a tendency to put race, ethnic background, and even sex into almost anything that they create or make. There is no such thing as Chinese food, Italian Bread, or French Wine…at least not genetically. Any human being can learn any language.

Language is Thinking…Thinking is Speaking…Speaking is Language.

Summary

LESUHORVÊ has its own characters for writing, but Roman letters will be used at first so you can learn the language faster. When speaking in LESUHORVÊ, basic ideas and concepts that are recognized by most human beings throughout the world are used to describe your way of thinking, rather than words. LESUHORVÊ is logical and it is a beautiful language to speak as well as to hear spoken. It is easy to learn…and easy to remember.

OISE SEÊ

 


ERSÈ SES LOYS SUKOE ÊVA

 

Remember: Only the wise survive.


UWEHE ESE SUÊ

 

Peace be with you.

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