My problem is that I always see the same sentence for the grammar, so sometimes I just remember the answer for that specific question because of the sentence, without understanding the grammar. Is there a way always get different sentences?
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Please let me know if you have any other questions!
Let me ask you a few questions so I can follow up on it, as I do not see the problem (yet) from my end. Rest assured, once this is resolved, I'll be happy to credit you with the time you've missed the full renshuu pro package so you can get your money's worth!
1. You are only studying your schedules, yes? (and not from Study Center) 2. When you say you are seeing the same ones, does it happen for all three of your schedules? Is it always the same *one*, or is it a small group? If it is a small group, what number would you say you are seeing, roughly?
Sorry for only answering now, I was trying to find out if I see it in every grammar schedule I have, and it seems like yes I still do. I got the same sentence for the same grammar point I was studying yesterday. Thank you for trying to solve my problem. I'm not sure what I can do and I'm sorry that the problem is not visible.
No worries about being late! I'm on a business trip the next three days, but I'd like to continue to work on this:
Question: you said you got the same sentence from yesterday to today. I'm kind of curious - how often do you get the same expression two days in a row? That's fairly rare in schedules. If you are studying out of the study center, though (single lessons), the site is going to throw everything it has at you.
Your issue aside, I do have an improvement that I hope to implement in the next week or so that will help balance how often you see each sentence.
I have gone ahead and added that improvement. It now sorts the sentences based on whether or not you've studied them before, and will always present you one that you've seen the least. I think this will help a lot!