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Here.

It's an(other) SRS flashcard app, but it's free & was originally designed for Thai, so the order words are introduced respects the way they compound. It also includes a lot of dialogs, which you can listen to one line (& I think even one word) at a time. Since every word comes with audio & Thai script only, it's quite accessible to beginners (like me), doesn't confuse you with transcription, and provides contact with small chunks of script that I think will make learning the alphabet a bit easier (or at least less daunting, through sheer familiarity).

 

Some of the dialogs from the FSI course, so I think it's a good plug-n-play addon for that (& a nice low-stress alternative to speaking drills or for short unoccupied periods). 

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6 hours ago, carlyai said:

Sorry, but that's ridiculous. 🙂

The interface is a bit clunky, but I think it's useful. Just how effective IDK, I'll try to check back in a month.

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20 hours ago, carlyai said:

Sorry, but that's ridiculous. 🙂

Sorry, but I fail to understand your remark. It looks good, I tried it a little and it still looks good.

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