I've decided to do new cards on the browser version of the site, and do revision in the mobile app. I find having to type out the words helps a lot, but is generally overkill for revision.
I don't agree with this anymore. I find that the multiple choice tests are fairly useless, having to type it out makes it stick better. Multiple choice also leads to a lot of weird memory interference where I constantly guess a similar word or if I guess it correctly but don't know it that just messes with the algorithm, since it doesn't show up soon enough next time...
The only reason I preferred the mobile app was because I couldn't always be bothered to open my computer, but I've realised that I can just open the site on my phone and it works almost as well (thankfully it's not one of those websites that forces you to use the app if you're on your phone, I hate that). The only thing I'm worried about is the fact that the new "beta" version of the website has the same mechanics as the app... so I guess they'll eventually make the site useless, I guess people like the multiple choice quizzes because it's easier and gives the illusion of learning.
I've also added tone numbers to my Chinese cards, so I type out the characters first and then the tone numbers in the same order (so like this: 受欢迎412). I find it makes it easier to remember tones (I seem to be able to remember from the audio a lot of the time, but some combinations, for example 32, I find hard to perceive or remember). I wish I could do something similar for Japanese, but often single kanji represent multiple moras so it's impossible to mark the downstep without switching to hiragana. I wouldn't want to put it all in hiragana either, I prefer to revise terms in the form that I find them; although Memrise forces you to have separate "kana" and "kanji" fields if you mark your deck as a Japanese deck, I basically ignore that and put whatever I want to revise in the "kana" field. In fact I generally find kanji easier to remember than kana, at least when it comes to recognition.
Dagane wrote:Se queres ler outros libros na lingua galega, a súa literatura ten algúns moi bos. Acho que o clásico "A esmorga" é dos mellores, aínda que pode que sexa un pouco difícil ao comenzo pola súa mestura de castelán, galego e castrapo.
Grazas pola recomendación! Vexo que tamén hai un filme basado no libro.