EzMemPass generates passwords made up of three-letter prefixes out of 1024 possible prefixes. It then attempts to create a plausible English-sounding sentence of words using those prefixes using a language model based on Wikipedia data.
By memorizing the English-sounding sentence the password is easier to memorize than a random list of numbers and letters. However, because the password is generated using prefixes randomly selected from a list of 1024 prefixes, the ability to guess the password is not reduced by associating the prefixes with words.
Use these passwords for your password manager or critical accounts like your email account or social media accounts.