So what is the best way to practice “sound” with Skritter. I only space rep the character deck. I was thinking space repping the definition deck and covering the definition, and just listening to the sound. If it is a rare homonym, to then maybe look at definition. I want to kind of tease out if I have a slow reaction time to any of my words.
Would this be the best method to do this in Scritter? Anyone test sound specifically in a different way. I realize listening in general is better. But like space repping characters this is a kind of targeted practice that might help a beginner “acquire” the language faster as a supplement.
I was thinking I have lists of around 50 words that roughly follow the Integrated Chinese Series, I was considering to manually space rep the lists, so I wouldn’t fall into so much homonym trouble, and I can still make a separate list for “problem” words. I like this because not only is it sound practice reaction time practice, it’s also indirectly targeted tone practice which may more or less be important to target for this language.
With actual words that have same initials and finals that i confuse, I keep track of separately (as I also do with antonyms and synonyms (for different reasons) - but the actual homonyms I keep track are mostly just to be aware that I’m confusing the word sometimes, with so and so word. (might come up with a clever specific target test for these).
I’m sure someone is doing something better out there for this.