Sunday, September 7, 2014

My first Quizlet flash cards

I created a set of flash cards in Quizlet for my beginner's students, and I thought I might share them here, too. I am not the person reading the cards aloud, in case you wonder. :)

Update: Here's a link to all the Quizlet sets that I've created. I've also tried Memrise, but I like Quizlet better because of the games.

8 comments:

Bon's Bits, Bites, and Blurbs said...

Could you also make a Memrise set? I use that daily on my iPhone - https://www.memrise.com/login/?next=/home/courses/#finnish

Anonymous said...

Thank so much, Hanna!

Charline said...

Ho great! I started my own quizlet flashcards using teach yourself , and I started using quizlet with my pupils this year too: I teach english in France (so I'm very curious about your "suomea ja ranskaa" set.) I've only just started learning finnish and I really can't find anything other than assimil to go from FRENCH to finnish. Frustrating sometimes. How lucky blogs like yours exist that clear out misunderstandings and clarify meanings. ^^

Hanna said...

Oh my, I didn't realize that the other set of cards is also visible.:) I just started it, and it's not complete at all as my French is kind of rusty.. Email me, and I'll send you the password and we can help each other: out. :) My email is hanna.mannikkolahti@gmail.com

Charline said...

I gave Memrise a look, and I love it. A mixture of voc-lab (keep revising "old" vocabulary) and quizlet (make your own flashcards). Love it love it love it! Kiitos paljon!

Hanna said...

Ok, I have to take a look at Memrise, too.:)

Hanna said...

http://randomfinnishlesson.blogspot.fi/2014/09/my-first-memrise-course.html

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