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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/clearlywhite

"Weakest Words" doesn't include my actual weakest words?

Maybe the algorithm just needs some tuning, but I feel that the way "practice weakest words" selects my words is a bit erratic. It almost never pulls in the words I've learned recently and I need to actually go into the lesson (ie V. Pres. 1) to practice the newer terms I've learned that I'm actually weak with.

March 6, 2013

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https://www.duolingo.com/profile/cekajot

for me, it's the other way round. According to ruinchristmases example (mastered subject A, have learned subject B, and are am learning subjects C and D) it would give me really easy sentences from A and B, which consist mostly of stuff i know pretty well.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/lorditchy

I find that the deeper into the lessons I get the better duolingo is at letting me practice the newer words. Especially if you follow the stared lesson plan instead of mastering one lesson at a time. My problem is that sometimes you don't see a word for over a month and I can forget it.

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