Introducing the Best Nepali to English Dictionary and Translation Flashcard App. This App give you everything you need to learn both English to Nepalese or Nepalese to English. This application has over 65,000 words and phrases structured as flashcards and it also integrates the principle of Spaced Repetition to help you retain a large amount of knowledge in your long term memory.
2265 Top Used English Spoken Words Translated to Nepalese
51 Common used phrases Translated into Nepalese
20374 English words translated into Nepalese
20374 Nepalese words translated into English
12230 English Words with its Dictionary Definition & Examples
12230 Nepalese to English Dictionary Definitions & Examples
What is Spaced Repetition?
Spaced repetition is a learning method that requires increasing intervals of time between periodic reviews of previously learned material in order to exploit the psychological spacing effect. Spaced repetition is commonly applied in contexts where a learner must acquire a large amount of knowledge and retain it indefinitely in memory such as when studying for a board exam or learning a second language.
We have heavily researched many learning studies done by famous authors such as Hermann Ebbinghaus, Sebastian Leitner(Leitner System), Paul Pimsleur, A.W. Melton, Thomas Landauer, Robert A. Bjork, C. A. Mace & H. F. Spitzer from which we extracted the best concepts to ultimately create this technology focused App. Our brilliant team of developers built this proprietary piece of technology which keeps track of when a particular flashcard was reviewed, prompts users to review it again 1 day later, a week later(7 days) & a month later(28 days so 4 weeks). Spacing reviews in this manner insures each flashcard will be learned at least 4 times which almost guarantees the material will be retained in the memory forever.
Why learn in this manner?
Well, the famous study on human memory done by German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus describes that within the first 24 hours of learning we forget 50% - 80% of what was learned and without further review, by 30 days we remember merely 2% of the information. Based on these results, Ebbinghaus created his well-known Learning curve & Forgetting curve. According to Ebbinghaus, spaced repetition is the most important factor in order to retain what was learned. Periodic reviews (every 24 hour, week and month later) provide the needed spikes in memory to retain large amount of information as long term memory.
Timestamp based flashcard tracking Know exactly when you reviewed a particular flashcard.
Spaced Review Score Instant updating score system based on spaced review target achieved or missed.
Fast Navigation through Flashcards Bookmark, Favorite & Scroll through 100s of flashcards with ease.
Search by Flashcard Deck Category Instant search results as you type in the search bar with ability to search by categories.
Push Notifications Once a day push notification at your usual study time to remind you to review your previously learned flashcards.
Iconographic Review Reminders Time based icon updates on every flashcard to remind users when to review a particular card.
... = Awaiting = Card will open in the future for review.
O = Open = Flashcard needs to be reviewed NOW.
X = Missed = Missed the 24hr window to review the card.
Check = Done = Successfully reviewed the card.
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