As I said in the first post, I really don’t want to be rude, but you don’t seem to grasp what I am asking for, despite repeating myself over and over. You keep suggesting things that I keep telling you I am not looking for. I really am trying not to be rude, but it was a bit annoying after the first post. I’m not a complete idiot. I know other decks exist. I have been using Memrise for over five years now. I do not want to use other decks because (apart from this suggestion) the line of deck I am talking about are actually very good. I am suggesting an improvement to a current line of decks.
As a side note, I actually came back today because (as of an update overnight for my version of Memrise) the courses that were previously ‘Korean101’, ‘Russian101’ have just been updated to now be simply ‘Korean 1’ and ‘Russian 1’. I am going to make an edit above now to avoid confusion. I hope that clears that side of things up.
I don’t know if you have tried these courses, but they are actually really good courses for a beginner. They include videos of a group of native speakers saying individual components of the alphabet, individual words, phrases, and have a separate grammar learning part. The standard is very high, and really contain everything someone who is casually learning the language needs to know. Also, as I said, the videos/pronunciation are a really great feature for me. I have absolutely no issues with the German101 (now German 1) course I am also learning.
To explain for the fourth time now, for the ‘[language]101’ (now ‘[language] 1’) courses that have an alphabet different to the native alphabet, they lump all the alphabet, words, and phrases together as you learn. What I am trying to suggest for this line of decks is that they either have the alphabet as a separate option (currently there are two: ‘words and phrases’ and ‘grammar’, with the alphabet included in ‘words and phrases’), or they front load learning the alphabet before starting on complete words and phrases.