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Swedish "Tips and Notes" Section

I really appreciate that the Swedish team had enough time to put this in - at least for the first few lessons! Can any more experienced learners tell me if they continue to do this in later lessons?

Thanks, Swedish team!

3 years ago

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dfpeterson
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I'm about halfway through the Swedish tree and it looks like when they introduce a new concept they put in tips and notes, but if the new set of words are covered (ie a new set of nouns) then they do not. They are less frequent as you progress. I have a word document that I have copied and pasted all of the Tips and Notes sections to so far (that I should probably review a lot more frequently).

Colors are adjectives so if you review the adjectives tips and notes that should just about cover them.

3 years ago

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Odd! I'm unfortunately 4 and a half lessons out from Adjectives 1; I could probably try to make a list myself but I don't want to "learn" anything, have it set in my head, and then realize I was wrong.

3 years ago

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dfpeterson
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I guess being at or past adjectives would help. The possessives section is a bit of a precursor to adjectives (in terms of introducing agreement)

3 years ago

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I'd love to see one on colors, myself, though I realize that not everything can happen in a day!

3 years ago

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It's in the works :)

3 years ago