I think I’m gonna try and water all my memrise words again
I’m not sure I’m dedicated enough for this there are almost 2000
Okay, memrise question here cause this has been bothering me since the beginning.
Do the words that you water ever go…
Memrise is an SRS. It puts successively longer periods of time between review sessions after every watering. So you water a word, you’re reminded several hours later to water it. You water it again, next review time is in a few days.
Eventually, you do get to the point where it puts a whole fucking year before you have to water it again.
It’s designed to review constantly enough at first to move a word from short-term memory to long-term memory, and after that, the watering a are designed just so you review words at the best time to remind you so you don’t forget the word.
When memrise first came out, this method was repeatedly explained to users.
But maybe now we should just reblog this excellent answer from time.
On Memrise mobile
- Memrise: river
- Me: wait wait I know this!! I was just thinking of this. Ibai, that's it.
- Me: ...
- Me: Where's the letters? It's all just giving me words. Well okay, where's ibai?
- Me: ...this is the German course. I watered the Basque course like five minutes ago.
- Memrise: der Fluss
Which one would YOU take?
i’ll never have to watch anime with subtitles ever again
red so i can talk to my friends in obscure dead languages because they will also take red
Red pill so I can travel more easily and not look like a moron
GUYS YOU COULD TALK ANIMAL LANGUAGES YOU COULD UNDERSTAND YOUR CAT
zilladino13, yes, exactly!
Excellent graph! Fits most situations, if you don’t know whether to use 'tu' or 'vous', in French.
is this a difficult concept for English speakers? because when I started learning french, I already spoke another Indo European language so it was just like second nature to me and this chart makes me laugh. but in reality I guess it is a complicated hierarchical system when you actually think about it?
This would work in Spanish too, I think.