Hearing and understanding speech is part of learning a language. Use the audio file feature to create mp3 files of spoken words and phrases.
To create an audio file from words and phrases, flag one or more words and phrases by searching for them using the search facility and clicking the flag icon. Then open the Flags page, and then click the “Audio” button.
To create an audio file from a tutorial, go to the tutorial page and click the “Audio” button. You need to have created a tutorial, and the tutorial must contain revision questions – it is the revision questions that are converted into audio.
If you are using a delay and listening through Bluetooth headphones, you may find that the headphones have an energy optimisation feature that will cut out during silence and as a result fade in start of each phrase. To counteract this feature, check the Tone option. This will insert a tone before each phrase and wake up your headphones.
The delay option sets the number of seconds between each phrase. If you are using audio files to practise answering questions, give yourself enough time between phrases to answer by setting the delay to 20 seconds.