Nice to hear from you again!
@Sandy is right, you can practice with apps or websites using different languages. In some federal states you can even take the exam in Arabic (Bremen, Niedersachsen, Schleswig-Holstein and Nordrhein-Westfalen - at least that's what it said in 2016, there could be even more by now). Maybe that makes it easier for you to memorize the questions/answers. As far as I know, nowadays every textbook comes with a digital practicing tool that you can use to simulate the theoretical exam as many times as you need.
Based on personal experience I can tell you that you will reach a point where you immediately recognize the questions and the corresponding answers if you practice a lot with such a tool.
Apart from that it always helped me to read the questions/answers slowly and carefully because some of the options are so ridiculous that they can be discarded based on common sense. Keep in mind that it is not necessarily needed to memorize the ticking-pattern for the answers, but to make a rational choice to select the options that suit best.