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QUIZ REVIEW QUESTIONS

Although it means more work for the compiler, a multiple-choice quiz with one correct out of three possible answers would be much more effective than the true-false questions.

But if you stay with true-false questions, why bother with such questions as “lunch > lunch?” Does anyone mark this as false? Or “documentation > documentation” and “fax > fax”!? But do include false cognates, e.g. “vacation > semester”, which present some challenge.


Please consistently indicate whether the word is an infinitive or a noun. For example, what is “note”. The translation is given as “notera”, but neither is accompanied with the infinitive indicator, “to/att”. Another example: “svara”, where is the att? These indicators are missing here, although they were included in earlier lists and quizzes.


Please accept these points as constructive criticism and not complaints.