Revision as of 16:18, 5 June 2010 by Nikerabbit (talk | contribs) (Undo revision 14765 by FuzzyBot (Talk))(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) <multilang> @de|Auch verfügbar auf: @en|Also available in: @fr|Aussi disponible en: @pl|Również dostępny w: @ru|Также доступна на: @uk|Інші мови: @zh_TW|另可見於： </multilang> Deutsch | English | Italiano The following how-to was originally posted on the International Mother Language Day website. When launching Parley you will see something similer to the following on your screen. Let's assume you wish to open an existing file for Parley. Therefore just lick on Open an Existing Collection. Browse to the folder that contains your file, select it and click on OK, or just doubleclick on it. Parley opens the file and like you can see in this example, it is quite a huge one. Selct: Practice/Configure Practice from the menu Select Multiple Choice and click on OK Click on Start Practice To avoid working on all approx. 3000 terms unselect Document Lesson and select, for example, NaWaRo, or any other lesson you wish to train, then click on Start Practise And now you just need to give the right answers by clicking on the correct button ... You can also ask to see the solution, if you don't know the word and want to learn it ... And Parley shows up with the correct translation ... And when your answer was wrong ... You can see the correct answer ... Enough? Well click on Stop Practice ... And you get the practise summary from where you see your results of the training session. Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Parley/Manual/How_to_study_vocabulary_in_multiple_choice_mode&oldid=14782" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.