What does verb "place" mean here?
The verb "place" in this sentence means to put in a particular position, order, or category. You can use this phrase if you can or cannot remember someone or something. In this video, this mnemonic phrase is supposed to help us remember the order of England's kings and queens. Another way to use "place" is when you know you have come into contact with someone or something, but cannot recall the person or thing. Ex: I've seen her before but I can't seem to place who she is. Ex: We can't place where Oxygen goes on the Periodic Table. Ex: I cannot believe she was able to place all of America's presidents in order. Ex: The scientists were able to place every insect.
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