Multiple-Choice Questions with More than One Right Answer, or No Right Answers.

To make the multiple-choice questions more effective for learning, and more fun, I think there should sometimes be more than one correct translation available.

And, perhaps, there should sometimes be no correct translation, where you would check none then continue to answer correctly.

7/3/2013, 3:32:44 AM

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There are questions with two or even three correct answers. Personally, I find them frustrating because one of the options is often kind of marginal, and the learner has to guess if it is accepted or not.

7/3/2013, 5:52:09 AM

Ah, haven't gotten any of them so far. I instead suggest that the multiple-choice questions are refined.

7/3/2013, 9:15:23 AM
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