Effectively Organize Your (Seemingly Countless) Language Notes

The act of creating notes intrinsically helps you remember your next language. So it’s only natural that you should want to capture as many lexical tidbits as possible throughout your day. Intermediate or advanced language learners can take upwards of thousands of notes, attempting to memorize them along the way. How is this possible? How do you best organize, label, or categorize your notes so that you can study and practice your language most effectively?

There Is No One-Size-Fits-All Approach

Everyone organizes differently, so it is best to find a method or tool that fits your personal style and needs. In-class students differ from self-study learners just as much as languages differ from each other. Find the method that works best for your style and language. Some people prefer good old-fashioned pen and paper whereas some prefer utilizing software to help them organize and study more efficiently.

Categorizing Your Notes

When you create notes with nunci, you can label or tag them with different categories such as parts of speech, situations like your daily routine or work, a personal time in your life, or anything you choose. It’s important to categorize notes with objective parts of speech as well as personal topics like your daily routine or favorite hobbies.

Tag notes to help with organizing, finding, and studying specific notes

Finding Your Notes

You can easily go back and find notes you created based on these tags, text, dates, your pronunciation accuracy, and more.

Filter your notes by tags, text, dates, your pronunciation accuracy, and more

When Should I Go Back And Study My Notes?

With nunci, you actually don’t have to worry about organizing your notes for studying. nunci shows you automatically generated, intelligent flashcards created from your notes right when you are about to forget them. If you’d like to study a specific subset of your notes, try using our latest custom study features.

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