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Thread: Feature Request: Koch words

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Posted: 2015-02-15 08:54
Greetings:
I am enjoying the challnge of the Koch Method, but I wonder if it would be possible to add a section where, instead of random characters, one could listen to proper words. I know there's plain text training already, but a minute or so of words instead of random charcters, with the same features of the Koch method otherwise, would make an interesting challenge, and would sound more like the real world.

I understand, Fabian, that this website is free, and we can't complain about features that aren't here. But if you wanted to add a section, that would be my recommendation.

73,
Neil
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Posted: 2015-02-15 17:39
There is the option for word training, or isn't that what you mean?


Posted: 2015-02-18 15:40
The word-training can pick out words from about Koch lesson 12 on, but the Koch sequence includes numbers and some punctuation, so just using words isn't an option for the Koch lessons themselves.


Posted: 2015-02-19 22:38
Word-training with "Kich-words" can be started from 9th lesson.
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Posted: 2015-02-20 08:09
Hi Neil,

additionally to Word Training, you may try the MP3 practice files (http://lcwo.net/download). You can select "Word training" there and get a file with continuous words up to the selected lesson.

73
Fabian


Posted: 2015-02-26 05:50
Thanks for the suggestions. WOrd Training doesn't do it for me, but the MP3 practice files might be helpful. I'll give it a try, and perhaps Word Trining as weel.

73,
Neil

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