## Person 0 to 9 |
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If you had to memorise digits of a long number then the BLOKES system might not work well. One reason for this is that you would be imagining a digit at each location - but digits are not as memorable as pictures involving people. What if each digit has an alternative appearance: the appearance of a person. So 0 to 9 would have 10 people to represent each of them. Here is an example - just using drawings of people. However, you could choose anybody famous, I suppose, and use them as your 0 to 9 people.

0: Oliver:

1: Alice

2: Boe

3: Kay

4: Doreen

5: Filo (Fi rhymes with high)

6: Seb

7: Guss

8: Hooper

9: Weex

So you have a sequence of places in which to imagine your information; and you convert hard-to-remember ideas into images which you have low difficulty picturing in your head.

In this way, with training, 1000s of facts can be stored quite accurately in your memory.

I use spellings in 2 ways: to represent digits from 0 to 9 and, in some rare cases, to represent numbers from 0 to 19:

No# |
Letter |
Or use |

0 |
O |
L, CH |

1 |
A |
J, TH |

2 |
B |
M, Q |

3 |
N |
C, K |

4 |
D |
P |

5 |
F, V |
R |

6 |
S |
E |

7 |
G |
T |

8 |
H, SH |
U, Y |

9 |
W |
I, X, Z |