Memrise Spanish vocabulary list
Since I find Duolingo to be lacking in the area of vocabulary practice, I'm making a list of Spanish words that I've learned on Duolingo that I want extra help to keep in memory. If you're not familiar with memrise, it uses a "Spaced Repetition System", which basically means that it keeps track of how well you know the words and uses that to time when you need to review them. Hopefully this can be useful to others as well. :)
Not a bad idea! I was scrolling through the list and saw that you put "cuña" for crib, the correct translation is "cuna", without the tilde. Just thought I'd tell you :P
Should I divide it into lessons to keep it more organized? I'm reviewing many of the DL lessons and the list is growing quickly.
Be careful with some of the words, hasta for instance can mean until or even depending on context
de nada ;) I should be thanking you, i had never heard of that site before. I just built a list of the supposedly 100 top infinitives to start drumming them into my head :)
http://www.memrise.com/course/149300/top-100-spanish-verbs/ theres actually now 104 :) hopefully my girlfriend is going to record the missing pronunciations tonight. yay for having a native speaker to practice with
Oh, and Duolingo isn't spelled like you did it (DuoLingo) it's only one word(Duolingo)
Thanks for posting your list. I went through, and it was a good review for me!!
I love memrise! Using it with duolingo has helped me balance German grammar with vocabulary!