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With so many words to learn, SRS can become overwhelming no matter how efficiently it is set up. I would suggest waiting until you've seen a word at least 2-3 times before committing to spending the time memorizing it. That said, looking it up the first time doesn't hurt, and helps you recognize, the second time around, that you've seen it before.


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More of a comment but I don't have the rep - from time to time I do something similar but I haven't been able to export directly from the app. I take screenshots and then use an image cloze in Anki. It's fairly time consuming because you have to edit the screenshot to blank out your target word, but it's OK if you're not doing hundreds of words. I set Anki ...


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Those words are all formal words and there are some defferences between 陌生 and 不熟悉,顺序 and 秩序. We use all of them in normal life. We usually use 陌生 when we have never seen or known something or somebody before. For example, 陌生人(陌生的人)=stranger, which means i have never seen the man before, he is a totally stranger to me. 不熟悉=unfamiliar, means i know a little, ...


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The way I go about learning languages is that I go through whatever material, learning or otherwise, be it a text or a TV show and then decide which pieces of vocabulary, or sometimes grammar points, that come up will make it into my flashcard app. I'm guessing that by "words to study", you mean something similar to flashcards, where you will revisit the ...


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Other suggestions would be- Involving chat (or talking if it's feasible) with people in your contacts who are particularly good at English. Keep learning from your differences. Do not assume meanings of words you don't know (even if you are good at it) and move on without searching them through. You can try learning with apps/sites that focus on ...


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