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Excerpt from newsletter 09/05/2017
We are happy to inform you that we have just added a new web app for tablets
to The Danish Study
Recently we released a new web app for smartphones
as well, and we hope you will enjoy the new designs. :-)
Please feel free to give us feedback and help us make things even better!
Web app for smartphones and tablets
To access The Danish Study
on your smartphone or tablet you just go to the site through the browser. The site will automatically detect your device and direct you to the right version (web app
). Internet access is required.
Excerpt from newsletter 08/16/2017
It's finally here!
We are happy to inform you that the 2.0 version of The Danish Study
has just been released.
So, what's new?
We have given the design a good, general makeover.
Hopefully you will find it nicer and more user friendly.
Choose between different color schemes (hit the settings symbol )
A brand new web app for smartphones!
We have put a lot of work into a design fitting the small screens.
Excerpt from newsletter 09/07/2015
How many did I get right?
Am I making progress?
Now you can see you score
and try to beat your own highscore
Many of you have asked for this motivation factor, and we are very happy to be able to meet your request and make it more fun. :-)
You will find keep score
Important - please read this first:
How keep score works
Exercises under my study, my verbs
Excerpt from newsletter 02/24/2014
We are pleased to inform you that The Danish Study
is now available for your iPhone
, iPod Touch
og Android smartphone
We have put a lot of work into making the user interface as intuitive and user friendly as possible, and we hope you will like it. :-)
How to access
Technically it is a web app (not an app), so there is nothing to download or install on your smartphone. Just go to the usual address: www.thedanishstudy.com
. The website will automatically detect that you are using a smartphone and show you the correct version.
Make it easy
We recommend that you make use of all the options offered by the system to save your settings and let the system remember what you are practicing at the moment. This will make it a lot faster to get going when you want to practice during the bus ride or whenever you have five minutes to spare:
- Click on a conjugation under My study
- Choose the verbs you would like to practice
- Click the GO! button
Next time you want to practice you just click GO!.
When practicing with one of the fixed word list, start by picking out a smaller number of words:
- Click on the word list
- Click adapt
- Choose the words you would like to practice
- Click on Save adaption at the bottom
The next time you click on the word list you will only be be taken through the words you picked out.
The system remembers the numbers of tickets and the tempo you play with, so you just click the start button to get going
Excerpt from newsletter 01/13/2014
First of all we would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year! :-)
Second, we are happy to announce that we now have a new word list ready for you, where you can practice a large number of Danish adjectives
New word list
You will find the list here
under word lists
You can practice with more than 190 useful adjectives - all with audio!
* The list is also available in Polish (przymiotniki) and Italian (aggettivi).
Start by adapting the list
- Log in
- Click on adjectives under word lists
- Click on adapt
Excerpt from newsletter 08/19/2013
We are now ready for your iPad
The next time you visit The Danish Study
on your iPad, you will automatically be directed to a web app tailored for your device.
There is nothing to download or install, just go to www.thedanishstudy.com
in your browser.
We have put a lot of work into adapting the site and making it as userfriendly as possible.
If you have any comments we would be happy to hear from you.
Thanks a lot!
Web app for iPad
For iPad users we recommend using the landscape view
The font size is automatically set to maximum. If desired you can change this in the top left corner.
For some things you would benefit from switching to portrait view
, though. Try for instance a game of bingo
with five tickets. :-)