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Rob Tickner
Senior Member
New Zealand
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Speaks: English*
Studies: GermanB1, French, Swedish

 
 Message 81 of 158
04 October 2012 at 5:01pm | IP Logged 
Day 36
Total: 5400
New: 200
Review: 452
Time: 141 mins

@pingvin: you're welcome.
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juman
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Sweden
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101 posts - 129 votes 
Speaks: Swedish*, English
Studies: French

 
 Message 82 of 158
05 October 2012 at 3:43pm | IP Logged 
Great job!

Can I ask you some things in more detail how you applied this? In your first post you
wrote :

Plan is 200 new words per day + scheduled reviews. Words will be reviewed as
per the schedule after the initial 15 days, along with getting into some native
materials (L-R if I can find suitable material for purchase).


So what did you do with the words the initial 15 days? And per the schedule is that the
SRS schedule?

Regards,

Fredrik
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Rob Tickner
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New Zealand
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Studies: GermanB1, French, Swedish

 
 Message 83 of 158
05 October 2012 at 4:09pm | IP Logged 
Day 37
Total: 5400
New: 0
Review: 797
Time: 143 mins
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Rob Tickner
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New Zealand
Joined 2847 days ago

126 posts - 158 votes 
Speaks: English*
Studies: GermanB1, French, Swedish

 
 Message 84 of 158
05 October 2012 at 4:26pm | IP Logged 
Hi Fredrick, thanks for stopping by.

All reviews are done to the SRS schedule, correct. As for learning the new words, I look at the English word,
look at the Swedish word, and try to link them up. German words that I know often help as well. Once I've
made the link, I hit Soon Again, I see the pair again a few minutes later, and if all went well, recall the
Swedish word.

To be honest, I try not to think about the process - I just do it, and it seems to work. I'm not really
interested in tinkering - I just want to learn Swedish.


Edited by Rob Tickner on 05 October 2012 at 4:28pm

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juman
Diglot
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Sweden
Joined 3577 days ago

101 posts - 129 votes 
Speaks: Swedish*, English
Studies: French

 
 Message 85 of 158
05 October 2012 at 4:33pm | IP Logged 
Thank you for your reply... Och lycka till! Fantastiska resultat och bra jobbat! :)

Rob Tickner wrote:

To be honest, I try not to think about the process - I just do it, and it seems to work.
I'm not really
interested in tinkering - I just want to learn Swedish.

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Rob Tickner
Senior Member
New Zealand
Joined 2847 days ago

126 posts - 158 votes 
Speaks: English*
Studies: GermanB1, French, Swedish

 
 Message 86 of 158
06 October 2012 at 3:09pm | IP Logged 
Day 38
Total: 5600
New: 200
Review: 544
Time: 203 mins
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Agnesi
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Studies: Spanish, French

 
 Message 87 of 158
06 October 2012 at 4:45pm | IP Logged 
Thank you so much for posting such a helpful tutorial, Rob! I purchased the T&P 3000 for Spanish and after some
wrangling on my Mac (I'd never even heard of macro programming before your tutorial) was able to create a well-
formatted Anki set.

My question for you is on the content of the T&P 5000/7000. I was disappointed by the vocabulary selection for the
3000. It included the word for auroch (an extinct type of cattle) and other impractical animals, but not for
government (one of the top 10 most frequently used nouns in written and spoken English as determined by a study
of the British National Corpus). How did you find the more extensive 5000 for word utility?

Thank you.
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Rob Tickner
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New Zealand
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126 posts - 158 votes 
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Studies: GermanB1, French, Swedish

 
 Message 88 of 158
07 October 2012 at 2:01pm | IP Logged 
Day 39
Total: 5800
New: 200
Review: 573
Time: 139 mins


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