Is swiping for flash cards an option?
Yes in version 1.3 swiping for Flash Card Mode as been enabled.
Swipe gestures now incorporated into Flash Card Mode.
- Swipe right to left for next card.
- Swipe left to right for previous card
- Swipe down to see verb fully conjugated
- As always TAP to view back and front of card
You can still use buttons for flash card if you wish, click on MORE -> Mechanics and under 'Use Buttons to Control Cards' move toggle to YES.
I hate the animated flip on Flash Card Mode, can I do away with that?
In version 1.3, if you wish to do away with the flip on Flash Card Mode when you tap simply click on MORE -> Mechanics then NO for 'Animate Card Flip'.
Can I see more than just the Top 75 word lists?
Yes, in version 1.3:
New TOP word lists! Many have been asking for more than just the Top 75 words.
Now we have Top 75, Top 76-150, Top 151-225 and so on in 75 word lot increments.
The DEFAULT is Top 75, to change lists click MORE then under MISC heading click Top List Options. From then on you will see this list as your TOP option.
Can you make the English come first in Flash Card Mode?
Yes, when in Flash Card Mode simply click the 'English First' button as shown below. To return click the same button.
Can I create my own subset of words for flash cards?
Yes, when on the verb conjugation screen click the 'Star' button.
Then in the Flash Words screen click 'Starred'.
Why does it appear that some of the Spanish words in Flash Card mode are wrong or misspelled?
We receive lots of complaints that say that the Spanish words in the Flash Card mode are wrong and misspelled, but which turned out to be the correct Spanish words in the SUBJUNCTIVE mood.
It is easy to assume there is an error in the Spanish provided if you are thinking of words that are familiar to you that happen to be in the INDICATIVE mood. Remember there are four main MOODS in Spanish, the most common that you and I use and think of usually is the indicative mood. One hundred percent of the time ( so far ) that we have gotten a complaint about an incorrect flash card showing it is just showing you words in the SUBJUNCTIVE mood, when one might be expecting words in the INDICATIVE mood.
Where is the verb Haber?
Haber is a special auxiliary verb that is rarely used alone but usually in conjunction with other verbs. If you check the Presente Perfecto ( Present Perfect )
listing under the Indicative mood you will see the verb Haber is listed with whichever verb you are currently viewing.
See here for more information: About.com Haber