I started this weekly exercise because I needed to find a way to learn more verbs in German. I wanted to find a way to merge my passion for typography and languages while learning by memory without trying too hard.
This project explores how image association can aid learning by memory. The process is based on studying the meaning of the verb and then making a typographical illustration. By doing this I attempt to recall verbs with the images drawn.
är•gern [ˈɛrɡɐn ] :
to annoy 1: to disturb or irritate especially by repeated acts.
2: to harass especially by quick brief attacks.
an•fan•gen [ˈanˌfaŋən] :
1: to come into being, activity, or operation.
2: to bring into being.
ant•wor•ten [ˈantˌvɔʁtn̩] :
1: one that imitates, matches, or corresponds to another.
ar•bei•ten [ˈaʁbaɪ̯tn̩] :
1: to perform or carry through a task requiring sustained effort or continuous repeated operations.
auf•räu•men [ˈaʊ̯fˌʁɔɪ̯mən] :
to clean up
1: to rid of dirt, impurities, or extraneous matter.
aus•se•hen [ˈaʊ̯sˌzeːən] :
1: to be like or similar to
ba•den [ˈbaːdn̩], [ˈbaːdən] :
1: to wash in a liquid (such as water)
bau•en [ˈbaʊ̯ən] :
1: to form by ordering and uniting materials by gradual means into a composite whole
be•ei•len [bəˈʔaɪ̯lən] :
1:to carry or cause to go with haste
be•gin•nen [bəˈɡɪnən] :
1: to come into existence
be•su•chen [bəˈzuːxən] :
1: to go to see or stay at (a place) for a particular purpose (such as business or sightseeing)
be•ten [ˈbeːtn̩] :
1: to address God or a god with adoration, confession, supplication, or thanksgiving.
2: for this one, I took inspiration on stained glass art found in churches.
be•zah•len [bəˈt͡saːlən] :
1: to make due return to for services rendered or property delivered.
be•wer•ben [bəˈvɛʁbn̩] :
1:make a formal application or request.
2: put oneself forward formally as a candidate for a job.
bie•gen [ˈbiːɡən] :
1: shape or force (something straight) into a curve or angle.
blei•ben [ˈblaɪ̯bm̩] :
1:remain in the same place.
2: delay leaving so as to join in (an activity).
bli•cken [ˈblɪkn̩] :
1: (of a light or light source) shine intermittently or unsteadily.
2: shut and open the eyes quickly.
bre•chen [ˈbʁɛçn̩] :
1: separate or cause to separate into pieces as a result of a blow, shock, or strain.
1: tocause (someone or something) to come to a place.
dan•ken [ˈdaŋkən] :
1: express gratitude to (someone)
dau•ern [daʊ̯ɐn] :
1: to manage to continue (as in a course of action)
den•ken [ˈdɛŋkə(n)] :
1: to center one's thoughts on
2: to form a mental picture of
dis•ku•tie•ren [dɪskuˈtiːʀən] :
to discuss, debate
1: to present in detail for examination or consideration
2:to investigate by reasoning or argument
drü•cken [ˈdʁʏkŋ̩] :
1: to act upon through steady pushing or thrusting force exerted in contact.