Your notes always available ready to consult.
This tool allows you to create and manage your own notes for any page (grammar, exercises, vocabulary, etc.). Each note created is linked to the corresponding page, so you can always find your notes in the right place, i.e. where you need them. This is a further help to make your learning more effective and orderly.
Each note you create is linked to the corresponding page, so you can always find your notes in the right place, i.e. exactly where you need them. These notes help to make your learning experience even more effective and orderly.
1. What kind of notes help me when I am learning or doing an exercise?
Here are just a few of the many ways that this tool can help you when learning Spanish online with Lengalia.
If you have difficulty remembering the endings of a verb in a certain tense, add them to your notes.
If you are not sure when to use a verb, verb form, structure, etc. you can make a note of the correct use and have quick access to these notes.
You can make a list of the most important exceptions to the rules so that you always have it at hand.
If you notice that you always make the same mistake, you can make a note of it before doing an exercise on this topic again.
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If you want to travel to Latin America, you can listen to our podcasts and jot down all of our recommendations.
At the end of the course it is very useful to review all your notes to see if you have achieved your learning objectives. This can also help you to get a better score in your final exam.
2. How does the tool "notes" work?
On each page of your course, you will see a "pencil" icon in the top right corner. When you click on it, this tool opens and you can create a note.
In this tool you can add new notes (1), edit (2), save (3) or delete (4) existing notes. Thanks to these three tabs you can choose whether you want to see all your notes for the current page (5), for the current lesson (6) (sorted chronologically) or all your notes on this course (7) (sorted by lessons). You can also print a PDF of your notes (8), either for the lesson or for the whole course.
When you edit and save a note (3), a direct link to the page where the note was written is created (9). This way, you can go straight to the corresponding page to review your notes at any time with a single click.
The colour of the "pencil icon" at the bottom right of your screen indicates whether or not you have already created a note for the page you are currently on (white (10) means there is no note yet, orange (11) means you have already created one).
Each course has its own note tool.