Here's a screenshot ....!
My first reflex was also to "report and flag" him!
Sigh of relief - haven't have much time the last couple of days, but today after 80 cards or so I was presented with new words (Yesterday though my repeat stack indicated 0 I had to do around 400 I think). So happy ! Especially because using realizado, realizar, realizada, realizadas, realizados, ad infinitam was really getting on my nerves.
And yes it's only Spanish, Russian and German work like a charm.
Just as an edit:
The next day my stats show No Repeats. I did over 500 cards the day before, 100 new words, so how is that possible?
اريد منكم المساعدة لكي اتعلم الانجليزية فالتمارين هذه لا تكفي لاتعلم الانجليزية فانا لازلت مبتدئة .. وهل هناك شات نستطيع من خلاله التحدث بالانجليزية مع اجانب ؟
I ran the above message in Google Translate (guilty as charged) so I thought I would post the translation:
I want you to help me to learn English and these exercises are not enough to learn English I am still a beginner .. Is there a chat through which we can speak English with foreigners? "
Amal, you have better chances of getting help if you try to write in English
My apologies if this has already been treated at length elsewhere.
Everything works perfectly for German and Russian : clear count of repeats etc.
But for Spanish it keeps showing 0 in the repeat stack even though I know I should have hundreds... And so I find myself "blindly" doing over hundreds of cards before being presented with new words. So today I've already done something like 350 or 400 cards (repeats)...when I finally got to new words it was time to go to work.
Now that I am back, I'm presented, again with my "old" stack (and still my repeat stack indicates 0). So it takes me hours every day before I get to learn new words (and my percentage of correct repeats is absolutely decent).
Sorry for the long post and I hope I was clear...
Thank you both - Henning Kockerbeck for the explanation as I wondered if the German sentence was actually correct, and indeed it makes sense!
Lisa-Lingvist, like I said I was on my phone and explanations like that never seem to show up, so I thought there was a chance I was missing something. It's just that this time my doubt was too great to wait until I did it again on the computer. (Also some sentences are truncated on the smartphone, FYI it's an Android phone).
Thanks for the swift replies!!
Feel free to remove this thread if it's just annoying... But I'm really puzzled by the fact that a recent thread mentions around 2900 words in Russian. Given that a verb "declined" in six persons counts as 6 "new" words, and the same for adjectives, that leaves....what? 500 actual distinct words?
I like the fact that you have various examples of the same word / verb but that shouldn't count as a new word...
Is anyone else bothered or curious about that ?