To flip the cards you may click on either the right (REVEAL) or the left card (PROMPT), however there is a difference.
When you click on the left card (PROMPT): you are indicating that you know the card.
When you click on the right card (REVEAL): you are indicating that you don't know or didn't know the card.
Of course the system does not care in the slightest whether you know or don't know the cards, but it will use the statistics to present more frequently those cards for which you clicked on the right most (REVEAL) face and less often the ones where the (PROMPT) card was clicked.
= ALL means that all "sides" or "faces" for each word will be tested. (eg., Walk > 1P Sg. Present, 1P Plural Past, etc)
= 2FACE means that ONLY 2 "faces" or "sides" will be shown, which can be selected by using the dropdown menus.
Cards will be pulled one by one from the deck and will not repeat until you have gone through each once.
The system starts off with only a few cards active. Once you have indicated that you know those cards (having gotten them right several times in a row), it will bring more cards into active play.
The more times you get a card correct, the less chances the odds of the card being shown. This is based on a Leitner System.
If you know the card so well you don't want to be quizzed on it for a while, click this. It moves your card to the 9th box in the Leitner system, making the probability of you seeing it again fairly low.
Saving Your Progress
If you have cookies enabled in your browser (this is the default mode for most browsers unless you actively turned them off), they system will remember your card stats from one session to the next, and you will start up right where you left off.
= Cookie found
= No Cookie found
= Click if you want to start over
Filters & Tags: Sorting and Card Selection
Each card has been given at least one tag. The tags may declare the card part of 'lesson 2' and 'food'. You can select a tag using the dropdown box in the bottom-middle of the main screen. A tag will be added.
When you add one tag, it excludes all cards except for those with that tag.
Example: Only cards tagged with 'Animals' will be shown.
When you add each additional tag that 'deck' will be added to the pile.
Example: Both cards tagged with 'Animals' and/or 'Jobs' will be shown.
The more tags you add, the more cards in the deck, with no tags meaning a full deck (the most cards).
&bull Click on a tag to remove it.
&bull Changing this card filter does not in any way affect your card statistics.
You will also see that you may change the order in which the faces are presented so you may go through the cards using any face as the PROMPT and any face as the REVEAL.