WordofTheHour’s Frequently Asked Questions
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A Google Sheet will be created for the new language.
Once over 50% of the translations are successfully crowd-sourced, then we will add the new language to the Word of The Hour feed.
Yes, we run on a cycle of about 100 days. That means that after 100 days, you will see words start to repeat.
We repeat words because you need to see a word multiple times to learn it. Also, we repeat words because corrections and improvements may have been added. When our data improves, your learning improves.
Yes, it can be a helpful supplement to your regular language learning activities.
Here are some things that users have said:
- "I think your initiative is very good, and I for one am totally for any idea that can incentivise people to learn."
- "Thank you so much for this. I downloaded the app and it is helping me immensely. I am trying to learn Portuguese but already speak Spanish. Seeing the words together are helping me to relate them ("oh, ok, so that is the same") or realize they are vastly different and make me memorize. Thanks again!"
- "Thanks for your consistency in educating me on new words!"
Please keep in mind that Word of The Hour is the bare minimum to motivate you to learn new words. Our translations are sometimes good, often alright, but quite frequently bad!
If you particularly like a word, you should look it up on your preferred search engine to learn more information and find translations for different contexts and scenarios.
Word of The Hour is a platform spread across many different apps and social media pages. Every hour, it features a new vocabulary word along with translations into 10+ languages.
No, we don't currently profit from Word of The Hour.
It is simply a side project to learn, share, and make a difference.
Thank you for your support!