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Mobile vocabulary

Unread postby Taljair te Mir'ad » 12 Nov 2017 17:14

Was just wondering, vode, anyone tried to create a mando’a dictionary that you can keep with you all the time? I found a nice app for smartphone that can allow you to do that nicely.
Here’s some examples of how it looks. If anyone interested i can explain how to do that.
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Re: Mobile vocabulary

Unread postby Ner Jate'kara » 15 Nov 2017 03:37

Tion'gai?

*edit: of the app
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Re: Mobile vocabulary

Unread postby Taljair te Mir'ad » 15 Nov 2017 15:44

Flashcards Deluxe — OrangeOrApple.com
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Re: Mobile vocabulary

Unread postby Aondeug » 23 Nov 2017 05:03

I've done this. Wrote down the entire official lexicon in a notebook. In two separate ones if I remember right? I write down snippets of it in other notebooks of mine too. I'm not guaranteed to have internet or power on my phone all the time, but I do tend to carry my notebooks with me everywhere. I also feel like writing things down by hand helps me remember stuff better.
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