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What is the best way to memorize tables?

What is the best way to memorize tables?
What is the best way to memorize Mianownik (singular, plural), Narzędnik (singular, plural), Biernik, Dopełniacz (singular, plural)? I understand when to use them, just can't memorize all terminations, given that some of them are shared between cases (to samo).

You can’t memorise tables – it`s not Latin!!! You have to study Polish step by step – case by case and learn endings in practice, try to integrate them – you should start with Nominative sg, then Instrumental, after this Acc. sg and so on. Practise, practise, speaking, speaking… and one day you`ll realise you just use the proper endings
Due to the case you have your mobile phone most of the time with you. I have a Tip:

During the practice phase, I can recommend to have some small summary of each case as a picture saved on your mobile phone (for example in the gallery an album named "gramatyka").
So you can recall the different endings for all cases right after you talk, but you were not sure if it was correct how you used it. Because i recognized, when i talk with native speakers, depending on the person they will correct you but there are situations, when someone will not correct and help you. And to not get used to use the wrong endings this will be helpful.

If you want you can send me an email. I have some nice compact tables on my phone which i can send you. Not only cases...
Alright, alright. I understand... I printed the tables for them and printed the tables for the possessive words (mnie, ciebie, etc.). It helps me memorize better.
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