imagination and memory

Hi All,

I’ve heard from a native English (I talked to him via phone) that I have a good imagination for passwords.

But I’ve always used the following sentences to describe it:

  1. I can remember passwords easily or…
  2. I’ve a good memory for passwords or…
  3. I can memorize passwords easily

Which of the above sentences are used mostly in the everyday speech?

Imagination and memory are different. A ‘good imagination for passwords’ means that you can create very interesting or useful or memorable passwords-- not that you can remember them.

Regarding your 3 sentences, all are fine and common. #2 may be the commonest.