I had been using the flash cards function of my offline dictionary on my smartphone to review new vocabulary, but yesterday I reached the maximal amount of cards I could make on it. Didn’t know there was a limit…
Anyway, I had to find a new way to review, so I tried Anki app on Android. You see I memorize Korean words with Japanese translation so I had to switch keyboards back and forth between Korean and Japanese to make one flash card… and it’s just impossible to do on my smartphone. So Anki didn’t work. I suppose I can make cards on my laptop and sync them to my smartphone, but I couldn’t find how to do that. I uninstalled Anki.
The next option I could think of was Quizlet for Android. And it’s awesome!
I use Facebook to log in and I find all my old flash cards are still there. (Ugh, I already forgot these words.)
So, with Quizlet, I can make flash card sets on my laptop and review them with my smartphone. Thank you, Quizlet developer who makes it available for free.
↑These are new sets I made on Quizlet yesterday.
Block B’s new song, Be the Light (빛이 되어줘),
2 new grammars from Korean Grammar Practice for Foreigners – Advanced Level,
and a short essay from the book 秘密にしていた話 (감춰두었던 이야기).
34 new words in total.
(Yaay… Block B is back!) ###