There's not an option in the report menu for this, but there are literally no translation activities before you're asked to translate the numbers, they just show you the characters and the sounds and then expect you to know what they mean? You have to hover over the characters to do the exercise. Also, in many of the exercises they ask you to match words you haven't even been introduced to yet.
morpheus: "what if I told you... this IS the introduction of new vocab." you: ":O".
and you're welcome to use your own dictionary to translate, most users find it easier to just tap on the words they dont know yet
introduction of new vocab is a waste of time if we aren't told the meanings! = Incomprehensible Input
When I click on the character, the translation is shown. This is how you get introduced to new words. Doesn’t it work for you?
If you hover over the characters it tells you the translation. Hope that helps
It doesn't in the early part of the lesson. You just see the character and hear the sound (which is very well done), but there's no way of knowing the meaning of the character/sound. If you hover over the characters, nothing happens. This only works in the last two or three exercises of the lesson.
Yes I agree. Its very frustrating and makes learning harder. Then I forget what I've learnt due to brain disability and there is nowhere to look it up. However I am still very grateful to have this available as when I DO get it I have fun and learn. I wish there was somewhere to look it up as there is in the French course.
current language acquisition thought tells us that language is acquired through Comprehensible Input!! This is a guessing game
The character is like "T" or "t". "Seven" (七) is "TUJUH" in Indonesian. Just remember "T" if one wants to say it in Chinese :D.
Duo accepted "七“ (in Chinese) as correct when I was prompted to WRITE IN ENGLISH "Seven".
There's no relevant report option for this, since it registered as correct, somehow.
I typed "9" and it says it was a typo and I got it right, which was kind of confusing.
Yep, same here, this shouldn't be given as correct, even if it is on a mobile, there's 2 keys from 7 to 9. It could be understandable for 8, but not for 9
How can i know? First, they make you listen the words without translation and then they ask for meaning... No sense