Multiple strengths for the same word?
I just realized that a word can have multiple word strengths when occurring in multiple lessons. Is this supposed to be like this?
Yes, it's the different tense forms of the same word that have a different strength. I found it confusing, too, but in the end you may have only difficulties with perfect or future, while you unserstand the present tense quite well, so if you want to train the verb it will give you only those forms you have problems with.
Oh, thanks. Now I'm a little but embarrassed because I totally missed the tenses angle somehow.
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