Vocitrainer has been programmed for students who need a systematic, self-tailored program to help them learn vocabulary. It can help teach vocabulary by allowing you (the student) to create the flashcards and the vocabulary lists. It's easy. First, enter some words into the interface (or open a list created by someone else -- check our online vocabulary list). Then, the computer will ask you about the words that you have entered, until you have really learned them. As you gain proficiency with the questions, Vocitrainer registers this proficiency and quizzes you less frequently on these words.
Vocitrainer's vocabulary lists consist of four possible entries: (1) the meaning of the word in the foreign language, (2) the meaning in your mother tongue, (3) the lesson or page number in your book and (4) a field for additional information (like declension or conjugation, gender, and so on). Also, Vocitrainer stores information about your learning progress.
Vocitrainer allows you to learn your words either in the order you enter them or in random order. It can ask you for words that you frequently mistake or for words you really know well. In addition, there is an option to learn words at a certain level or from a certain lesson.
Finally, you can print out your vocabulary lists (you can print also vocabulary record cards (format A7 and A6) in the registered Mac-Version) or, to keep the quizzes challenging, sort them in several different ways.
Vocitrainer uses the UNICODE characters internally, which allow you to type Eastern and Western Languages at the same time. Chinese, Japanese, Greek and Russian are no problem.
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This program is no longer available for download from our website. Please contact the author of Vocitrainer at email@example.com for any additional information.