Question about vocabulary list

I’m wondering if there is a way to display 100 words per page by default. Not only 25 as now. It’s realy useful to display 100 words or more at once (per page) when the vocabulary is quite big. I looked in configuration tab but this option seems doesn’t exist.
Sincerely Subuntug

Hi subuntug,

There is no way to do this currently. You will have to just adjust things manually for now.

In Spanish a word can be singular or plural, indicative or subjunctive, in other words it can come in many forms. A verb, for instance, will be shown only in the infinitive form. When we click on a word to add it to our vocabulary list, we have to highlight the word in the form in the reading. The dictionary will usually recognize the basic form of the word, and give us the infinitive. However, the form that shows in the vocabulary list is the form that is in the writing. In the case of subjunctive, it will confuse us and may actually teach us the wrong ending for the word (trochen for tronchar, for example) or the wrong spelling as in radically changing verbs (advirtieron for advertir, for example). Can you fix it so the basic form of the word shows in the vocabulary list?

We take a different view at LingQ. I am learning which has even more inflections than Spanish. I save a variety of forms of words. This helps to reinforce my learning of these words in the Vocabulary lists, and seeing the different examples of the different forms in use, helps me to learn these different forms of the words. Please continue to use the system and try to get used to it. Welcome to LingQ.

I tried learning Russian the textbook way, which is to learn the dictionary form of each word plus the rules of declension and conjugation. Two years of head-banging frustration later (because Russian’s hard, right Steve?) I have decided to go the LingQ way, which is to save the word in all the forms that you actually encounter it in in your reading.

My mind is getting used to seeing singulars and plurals side-by-side on the list and I’m learning the rules of declension by osmosis rather than by rote. I don’t want to go back to dictionary forms only now because I find them hard to decline in my head.

Why don’t you give it a trial and see if it works for you?