I made some Tinycards decks for Chinese
I am making Tinycards decks for the Chinese course as I progress through them, one for pronunciation and one for meaning, and I thought I'd share them:
Pronunciation deck 1 (150 cards): https://tiny.cards/decks/d370dc52-bb79-42b0-8265-b0f2074da892
Pronunciation deck 2 (49 cards, WIP): https://tiny.cards/decks/3dd605dc-1ae0-4875-8221-8bb4b6a1e118
Meaning deck 1 (150 cards): https://tiny.cards/decks/1b7e4f63-8424-49f8-af27-1973e702c1ca
Meaning deck 2 (13 cards, WIP): https://tiny.cards/decks/922316f0-fe43-4a12-b67a-234b6a82ef52
I'm adding to these as I work my way through the tree. Right now they go up to TIme 2, which is 4 lessons after the second checkpoint. I wanted to just have two huge decks, but it limits decks to 150 cards so I'm just doing them in 150 card chunks. I don't have typing exercises turned on because I wanted to learn both directions. Typing Chinese characters is trivial in the pronunciation deck, since you type the pronunciation to input the character, and in the meaning deck it would require already having a good grasp on the pronunciation to type the characters, but I'm trying to learn both simultaneously.
I found it easier to make a spreadsheet in Google Sheets first, then make the Tinycards decks from that. It may be useful for others if you want to make your own decks: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lzjr_mSHGieenwfXu-qYUgBEJFoUTyKzzzdnf6NCffw/edit?usp=sharing
If you use it and notice any errors let me know and I'll fix them ASAP.
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