I don't do the text entry on all my Clozemaster courses. Some I do a mix of text and multuple choice, and others, I just do multiple choice. But the ones I am comfortable doing all with text entry are definitely very rewarding. And like with the Scottish Gaelic course, the only reason I'm continue to do that course, resetting sentences batch by batch and mercilessly dominating the leaderboard, is because it's such good typing practice! (I'm mercilessly dominating the Breton board too, if only due to a lack of interest from other learners--at least with Irish and Welsh, there are people working hard on those courses regularly so I don't feel like a complete jerk over there with my excessive scores in all the Celtic courses
Lawyer&Mom wrote: Thank god it shows you letter by letter whether you are on the right path. Otherwise it would probably be impossible!
I know you can turn that feature off on the Android app, but I don't know if you can on the website. But honestly I don't recommend doing that even if it seems like it would make it more challenging. One thing I learned from Duolingo is that getting punished for making the same tiny mistake over and over is not
motivating. I have found this feature on Clozemaster to be incredibly helpful in getting me in the habit of using the correct diacritics and spelling words correctly, precisely because it tells you when you type a wrong letter or miss a diacritic. Plus, it doesn't give you the correct answer, so you have to figure that out on your own. I find that's exactly the kind of assistance I need.
I’m already 20,000+ words into the French Fluency deck, so I’m being asked some very obscure stuff.
I'm not that far along in the French<English deck, but I am far enough in to be grateful I spent a lot of time building my vocabulary on Memrise!
I may also be playing with the Russian and Modern Greek decks, multiple choice, but don’t tell anyone...
I'm definitely not one to judge anyone else about how many Clozemaster decks they're currently doing.