You can choose between different test methods to practice your words and sentences.
The question and the answer appear on screen, but the letters are shuffled. This means you get a little help with the translation. Especially when you just start practicing, this method can be very useful.
The word appears briefly on screen. You can take a quick look at how the word is written and retype the word once the word is off screen again. Exactly as the name says, you thus practice the spelling of the word.
You listen to the word (or sentence) and then type the text. This way wou will immediately know how the word is pronounced.
You see the word and four translations, of which only one is correct. Select the right answer.
You will see the consonants of the word. Just like the puzzle, this can help especially when you just start practicing and could still use a little helping hand.
With flashcards you do not have to type anything, but you can check for yourself if you know the answer. Once you've seen the word (or sentence), you think about the right translation and click on "show answer". Then you indicate whether or not you had the correct translation in mind.
The word (or sentence) appears on screen, as well as the first letter of the translation. This could be a useful method once you are almost done practicing, but you could still use a little push in the right direction.
You see the word (or sentence) and have to type the right translation, just like most tests in school. This is the best way to see if you really master the study set.