Any luck with this? You might have to contact Memrise, or maybe try a different browser.
No Dylan, I still don’t have an Edit Button. I just wrote to Memrise Support so lets see if that takes care of the Problem.
Dylan, here is the reply that Memries sent me. Leland
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January 31, 2018, 02:57 -0800
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Looks like you were removed. Have re-added.
It worked this time as I now have an Edit Course button. Leland
Thanks for the effort making the course.
Can you please make a duplicate course, but in reverse?
I’d like to be shown a quiz word in German, and a correct answer should be in English.
Hello Number 1, I think it is unlikely that anyone will make a “reverse” version of this program, but you can copy the words and put them into a Quizlet Study Set. With Quizlet you can construct the files anyway you want. Memrise also has programs for German-speaking English-language learners.
Level 119 contained both the words “März” and “der März”. I deleted “der März”.
Added a “-n” to “der Erwachsene -n -n” in Level 121 to show that it is a weak noun.
Added the letter “-n” to der Verwandte in Level 133 to show that it is weak. All male nouns ending in “e” are weak.
The audio pronunciation for this word is incorrect. Please remove or replace. Thanks.
I’ll be glad to do that Alter8, but I need to know in which Level “während” is located.
In Level 134, I deleted the plural form from “Trinkgeld” and added the female form as an alternative to “der Irre”.
In level 135, I removed the pluralization symbol "e for the word Krach.
Removed the word “der Irre -n” and replaced with “der Geisteskranker” in level 134.
Level 135: deleted the “-s” for Euro and changed defintion of Garderobe to “the wardrobe, cloakroom”.
Hi! There’s a mismatch in the audio for the word “undefinierbar”(indefinable) in lesson 280. The audio I hear is for “Azubi”.
Hi Parix! I deleted the audio file for “undefinierbar”. There is a really good audio for that word on dict.cc but I don’t know how to download it. If anybody knows how to download dict.cc audios, I would appreciate instruction on how to do it.
I corrected the captalization on “geboren” in Level 41, and added to the definition.
Yeah I do know how but it’s not straightforward, and might depend on your browser.