Utilizing the 'Words' list
Hi All, How can I use my words list on Duolingo? Can Duo do anything regarding flashcards?
I'd love to hear the ways others have used the list to help them learn. Thanks everyone!
Everyone has now been moved onto the new website (after the rewrite project).
- Not planned; Flashcards feature in the Words tab
The flashcards feature in the words section won't be brought back, but as a replacement, using the following website will be effective as well:
the word if your on a PC or computer there is a words page where you can see all the wods you have done and learned
Yeah, I just discovered it :) I'm looking for a way to actually use this list outside of just Duo Practice. Tinycards seems cool, I was wondering if others had suggestions
There are several things you can do with the word list page. First, you can sort the words alphabetically, by date last practiced or by word strength by clicking on the column headers. When you hover over a word, you get its translation; when you click on it, you get even more information about it (part of speech, translation, what skill introduced it and strength). If you click on the name of the skill, it takes you to that skill's page, where you can practice it. (Sometimes; you can't always find the word there.)
I use the word list as a measure of my progress to supplement the fluency score. I sort the list by word strength and count (approximately) how many words are not at maximum strength. The lower this number, the greater my progress. I found out this way that four lessons (40 XP) per day are just sufficient to keep at a steady state. With only two lessons per day, you spend all your time reviewing decayed skills; with more than four, you can make progress.
Flash cards are no longer available from the word list page. They have been replaced by Tinycards.