Mi poŝtis plurajn novajn Esperanto karta aroj sur Tinycards, se vi havas la novan programon Tinycards de Duolingo (nuntempe nur sur iPad/iPhone). Ili estas el mia "Esperanto Cheat Sheet". Por trovi ilin: Nur serĉu "Esperanto" aŭ "linguisticat" kaj alklaku "Elias N Jaquez" ili estas tie.
Mi esperas ke vi trovus ilin utilajn!
Noto: Bonvolu sciigi min se vi trovas problemojn, mi faros mian plejbono por korekti aŭ plibonigi ilin
If you have the new app Tinycards by Duolingo (iPad/iPhone), I posted a few Esperanto card sets from my "Esperanto Cheat Sheet". To find them, simply serch "Esperanto" or "linguisticat" and click on "Elias N Jaquez", they are there.
I hope you find them useful!
Note: Please let me know if there are any issues, I will do my best to correct or improve them.
Thanks very much for that. Just started to use your "prepositions" one. I was building one similar for all the "aŭ" words because I have the most trouble with those.
If I can make a suggestion? I've only started the first deck and I notice pairs like "After (EN)" and "Post (EO)". This is very annoying as you have to enter the "(EN)” and the "(EO)" exactly as written. Even if you left off the brackets it would be good, but could you get rid of them please?
Remove the brackets or the entire EN EO thing all together?
Yeah, I wish there was a way of changing the "acceptable" answers to avoid those exact issues, this is one of the thing I already dislike about tinycards. There are a few other cards that have similar issues. I will change them, but for will maintain the EO EN convention (without brackets) to distinguish between "for/por" and "away, distant/for". Also, any suggestions for as/as and the/the cards? I was trying to opt for clarity but created a frustrating issue instead. For now I'm going to remove the examples and all the unnecessary stuff. Please let me know if it works for you that way or if it just makes things more confusing.
The entire EN, EO thing would be good, but if you want to retain them, then just removing the brackets would suffice. Because I am doing it on a mobile-phone, I have to switch to another keyboard to type the brackets, then switch back to the alpha keyboard. Just staying on the alpha keyboard would be a good compromise.
Don't get me wrong, thank you very much for doing them.
Thanks. I'm finding your "Esperanto preposition and useful words", well, very usefull!
Another issue: In stack #9 you have "daŭre" as "gerund form". I don't understand.
The gerund form means "currently in the proces of doing (something)." It is the Italian equivalent of "stare -ndo" (e.g. Sto nadando = I am [in the process of] swimming). Or the Spanish equivalent "estar -ndo" (e.g. Estan comiendo = they are [in the process of] eating). On my cheat sheet (https://www.duolingo.com/comment/16090262) I used "keep -ing" which is problematic for use with tiny cards (and not quite correct anyway). For the tiny cards, "gerund form" is the most concise and correct grammatical explanation for this, but also the most "jargony". I hope that helps clarify.
Dankon, mia amiko. Mi ankaŭ faras kartojn ke mi nomigis "100 Esperanto Verbs" kaj "Esperanto" mi ne finis ilin sed mi laboras sur ili.
Dankon al vi! Ha, jes mi trovis ilin. Bonvolu, diri al mi kiam ilin pretas, kaj bonŝancon!
I think especially the correlatives deck works quite well. It does to me anyway. I think Tinycards has some way to go, however, both in features as in didactic strategy, before becoming really useful. An encouraging start anyway... I find memrise to be very unwieldy, hopefully Tinycards can strike a nice balance and become truly assitive in the learning/cramming process...
I've got a decent amount of TinyCards out there and I'm looking to add some more. The search features seem very limited, so I'm asking people to follow me so I show up higher in the search rankings.
As a working Esperanto teacher, I'd like to think that people can have some confidence in the material in my cards. If I hear from people that they've found the cards useful and have worked through them, I can add more.