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Read the available manual and try to follow the instructions step by step.
Adopt a method similar to that of trial and error, imagining how the end result will turn out, trying to fit pieces together logically to achieve the objective.
Listen to instructions from someone else, taking myself step by step through the correct procedure, trying to copy how he/she showed me.
Scan through all the information, reading it over and over again until I formed a scenario of what exactly was happening in my head.
Read it out loud, and talk with myself to I understand what exactly is going on.
Imagine putting myself in that place, and play it out like a film in my head.
Closing my eyes and listening to the exact sounds and beats made.
Singing to the lyrics.
Tapping my feet or hands in time with the beat.
Playing a game or activity with my friends or family, and having a really good time.
Watching some new episodes of my favourite TV programme.
Inviting one, or a few, close friends around to my house and talking with them about a whole different variety of stuff.
What I'd looked at in the holiday brochures.
A good recommendation that my friends told me about.
Seeing something on TV that looked good, and imagining what it would like to be there.
Write a letter/send an email telling them the problem, and how it can be resolved, and whether or not you can receive a refund.
Phone up the store or helpline, and try best describe what the problem is, and how it can be repaired.
Take the phone back to the store I got it from, and show them the problem first-hand.
Say the word out loud slowly.
Write the word out several times on a piece of paper, and choose the one that looks correct.
Visualise the word in my mind.
Glare at them, showing them my unhappiness in what they just said.
Become aggressive and most probably storm out, or perform some kind of action to stress my anger.
Shout at them, telling them how stupid they had been.
He performed an experiment with you
He presented scientific charts & diagrams in front of you.
He talked to you individually and went over the topic slowly.
Read the textbook over and over again, taking notes until the information went inside my head.
Walk around the room with a book in my hand, and try convert everything I'm reading into actions in my head.
Lie down on my bed reading my textbook whilst listening to music.
Ask someone who was stood near it if they knew anything about it.
Put my finger on the bench to check whether it was still wet or not.
Wait to see if anyone else sat on it to check if it was safe or not.
Start experimenting with a few ideas I had thought of.
Search the internet for party ideas.
Phone a friend who always went to a lot of parties.