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Revision of Old Lessons.

How often should I revise my lessons, so that I do not forget the previously learned lessons? or, How often do you revise old lessons?

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4 years ago

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mrben83
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I do between 5-10 strengthen skills between each lesson, but if you´re near the beginning of your tree, there will be less need obviously as you have less words to remember. I´d recommend just doing them till you feel reasonably comfortable, then move on. However do bear in mind the previous words you´ve learnt will come up in future lessons

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Reply4 years ago

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Klgregonis
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I do whatever has lost it's gold color daily, try to get through a lesson in the early part of the tree without losing any hearts, then do one or two new lessons depending on the time I have available. For me, I find myself remembering better if I do small amounts of review often, rather than a lot at once. And I don't actually TRY to memorize anything, I just let the repetition do it for me.. Like memorizing your credit card number if you shop on line a lot - you don't set out to do it, but it happens anyway

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Reply4 years ago

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After earning half of my total points for the day in a language I allow myself to earn as many of the rest that I care to by doing "Strengthen skills" at the top of the tree.

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