Permanently learned study items


When you have learned a study item (e.g. a word) permanently, it means that

  • there is a strong imprint in your long-term memory
  • you can hear, read, understand, say and write the word with ease
  • you are able to produce the word after one year with 80% probability.

Learning permanently implies that you have spelled the study item correctly at least two days in a row, without listening to it beforehand.

The correctness of an answer


These icons imply the correctness of your answer:


The answer was wrong or the answer field was left empty.

The answer had some errors.

You listened to the audio model before answering.

The answer had a small error.

The answer was fully correct.

The verb forms were fully correct.