Hello, I am the kind of language learner that likes to continuously read while marking unknown words. I then go back to them for a second read through and define them. On Lingq, however, when I click a word it defines it right below, blocking the rest of the text.
This brings me to my point:
Could you install a reader setting on the computer interface where the words are defined in a list on the right hand side of the screen with the best computer-generated definition (from whichever language(s) the user chooses). The user could then go in and explore the word in greater detail without having their reading experience interrupted. If not, could the pop-up definition be engineered to appear on the side of the screen instead of the middle of the text? Is there a similar feature that would allow me to absorb the words while marking them in a way that does not obstruct the subsequent text? On the iPhone, my solution has been to hard click the word, so it defines it two rows down instead of on the following line.
Next, while not as important, is there a way to consolidate your vocabulary by root. For example, in Italian verbs are conjugated so spegnere and spegno are the same word.
While not as important, is there a way to import kindle books? If not, are there any websites that allow me to purchase ebooks in a format compatible with Lingq uploads?