- You can press the numbers next to each audio to reply the audio. Under deck settings you can choose if the audio plays slow or at normal speed when you use your keyboard to play the audio.


 - Decrease your time in front of the screen by exporting your reviews to a playlist and reviewing on your phone. Do this under the Deck menu.


 - The buttons on the screen are orientated according to the location of the keys on the keyboard.  Keep your hands on the keyboard in the touch typing position and you will be able to easily access all of the controls.


 - You can easily create your own decks by importing content from spreadsheets. To do this, click deck, create facts then import facts.


 - Make money and help others by creating decks and selling them on HighSpeedLanguage.com.


 - Use any spare monent you have to review by listening to what you are learning. You can do this by copying the audios from the resouce folder under deck and creating custom playlists also under the deck menu.


 - Find a balance between reviews and learning new content by adjusting the review timelines associated with the priorities.


 - If you have some extra time to study try out the overstudy mode.


 - More content and less repetitions often provides better results than less content and more repetitions.


 - Some like to do most of their reviewing by just listening. To do this you can copy the audio files and you can also create custom playlists under the Deck menu.


 - Find or create content that is entertaining or informative as that will help to increase your motivation.


 - When you feel confident with a fact click 'finish fact' to ensure you do not waste precious study time needlessly reviewing it.


 - Make money by helping us finding teachers to create content though our rewards program.


 - Help us get the word out about HighSpeedLanguage, find websites to promote HighSpeedLanguage and you will get a share of the profits. Check out the rewards program.


 - Advertise HighSpeedLanguage online and you will receive a share of our income. Check out the rewards program.


 - Add your preferred dictionaries to the right click menu in deck options.


 - Have a question about what you are learning? Post a comment so the author or other users can help you.


 - Click file > download deck to find premade decks.


 - To play an audio with your keyboard press the number on your keyboard that corresponds to the audio.


 - If you are not sure about the meaning of a word, right click the word and try looking up images, getting a translation or looking up the word in the dictionary.


 - Please help us improve the program by sending us an email to feedback@highspeedlanguage.com with your ideas about the program.


 - If you are finding the content too hard or too easy try modifying the settings under Study Options in Deck Options.


 - Add an image search engine to your custom search sources in the right click menu to allow you to find pictures for the vocabulary you are learning.


 - When looking up words in custom web dictionaries simply select the text and it will be added directly to your notes.


 - To add an image to your notes from a custom web dictionary simply right click on it and select copy.


 - Make sure to add your favourite dictionaries to the right click menu.


 - How often you review and when you review depends on what you are learning and how good your memory is.


 - If your deck contains audio try to listen to this as much as you can. You can copy it to your phone by going to Deck > Deck Resources.


 - Do not forget that as you are exposed to a language you will encounter the vocab you are learning so try not to do too many reviews as this can become boring and unproductive. Even when you forget something you usually do not fully forget it. When you encounter the word later in a book or a conversation it may stick in your head better than reviewing it over and over.


 - Rather than reviewing the same sentence 10 times you are much better to review 2 or 3 sentences with different contexts 3 or 4 times each.


 - If something is not sticking in your memory do not worry. Later on when you encounter it in a book or a conversation you might find it sticks a lot better than reviewing it over and over.


 - Better content will be remembered more easily with less reviews.


 - Using content with images can help you learn faster.


 - You really need to experiment with review schedules to find what works best for you.


 - Use your spare moments when you are doing other things to review what you have learnt. Click deck \"Create Audio Playlist For Reviewing\". You can then copy this playlist to your phone along with your audio files to review on the go.


 - Access the program from you mobile phone by using a free tool like Chrome Remote Desktop.


 - Most find it much more efficient to learn from sentences with rich contexts than single words.


 - Single left click on a word to hear it pronounced and see its translation.


 - Right click on a word to look it up in your first custom web dictionary.


 - Left click and hold on a word for a second to look it up in your second custom web dictionary.


 - Right click and hold on a word for a second to look it up in your third custom dictionary.


 - You can add multiple websites to your custom web dictionaries to quickly look up vocab in multiple sources.


 - Create your own content by importing articles, stories and books into you deck.


 - Reviewing by only listening can be very beneficial and can be done when you are not in front of a screen. You can create playlists to play on any device for reviewing under deck > Create Audio Playlist for reviewing.


 - Resize the notes window by clicking and dragging on its border.


 - You should experiment with the study options under deck settings. Adjusting these settings to suit your content and skill level can really help you learn faster.


 - If you want to have a day off studying you can complete your reviews before they are due if you adjust the overstudy settings.


 - On the bottom right of the screen you will see how long it is taking you to complete your reviews.


 - If you are not using the learn early setting under deck settings - study options you might want to give it a try.

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