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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Did you already know all of the words used in this lesson?
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Saturday at 07:07 AM
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Hallo Dan,


Thank you for your question. If you have a word in mind that is not in the Vocabulary section of a lesson (or there is no Vocabulary section available at all), you can still add that word to your Word Bank and Flashcard decks and practice it regularly until you master it. To do so, please head over to your Dictionary on the top of the site, look up the word of your choice, and you will find a checkbox and an "Add Selected Words to Word Bank" button there. By selecting the word(s) and clicking on the button, you will now have these words added to your Word Bank. From your Word Bank, you can then regroup the words as you wish and add them to your personalized Flashcard decks any time, and eventually, master them! ๐Ÿ˜‡


Hope this helps. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us again!


Mit freundlichen GrรผรŸen,

Levente

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Dan
Friday at 05:29 AM
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would be nice if we could 'flashcard' these words with a few clicks...

GermanPod101.com
Monday at 11:52 AM
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Hello Dee,


This lesson doesn't have a vocabulary section.

The only way for now is doing it manually.

Here are other lessons with the same theme and similar content with vocabulary section:

https://www.germanpod101.com/german-vocabulary-lists/words-and-phrases-to-help-you-describe-your-feelings

https://www.germanpod101.com/lesson/german-vocab-builder-107-people-feelings/


Sincerely,

Lena

Team GermanPod101.com

Dee
Sunday at 06:59 AM
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How can I add these to my word bank (without having to do it manually)?