Listening to lingqs

My native language is English, and I am fluent in Spanish. Currently, I am learning Portuguese. The majority of the lingqs that I make are for words that I do not pronounce well. I lingq them so that I can repeatedly hear their proper pronunciation. I wish that I could receive or create an mp3 of my daily lingqs and include the mp3 in my play list. I could then hear the words without having to flip through flashcards and tap a speaker button. Two tasks that can’t be done (or shouldn’t be done) while driving. Most of my listening time is during my morning and evening commutes to and from work.

You could ask a native speaker or tutor to record some of your lists, with or without the captured phrase. I have done this in the past, after editing the phrases. I have to admit that I lost interest since these lists were less interesting to listen to than really meaningful content. You could offer some points as inducement and then you could share these in the library and earn some points back. How much of a demand there would be I do not know.

Hi Sratica
As Steve suggested, I can record some of your lists. I’m a tutor for European Portuguese, if that is what you are interested in, just let me know.