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Learning Lojban

Flashcard Programs

 
NOTE: Smart.fm has ceased to be free.

Image Smart.fm - Lojban gismu(external link) (all-inclusive), Lojban gismu - place structure(external link) (only the gismu), and Lojban gismu - per-place sumti(external link) (only gismu sumti) - These three sites on Smart.fm are for learning the gismu and each of the sumti places of each gismu through Smart.fm's "iKnow!" or "Drill Beta" spaced repetition programs.
Image Smart.fm - Lojban cmavo, with no compounds(external link), and Lojban cmavo, with some compounds(external link), the second has the more often used "compound cmavo" such as {.ienai}
Image Memrise - Memrise(external link) (main page). MemriseConventions
Image Image Image Image Image Image Anki(external link) is a free and open source program for "spaced repetition", an effective learning technique. It has a built in system for sharing "decks" where you can get Lojban word lists for training: File / Download / Shared Deck, search for "lojban". If this fails for some reason, you can also download and open the deck manually: Anki deck with gismu by frequency. A deck with cmavo is also available (or you can download it from here: anki deck with cmavo and cmavo clusters from jbovlaste ), as is a deck with basic number cmavo Anki deck with basic number cmavo. Anki also has a webinterface(external link) that can be synchronised with a local deck.
Image Image Supermemo(external link) is a fantastic way to learn Lojban. Robin has made a list of words, more information available here(external link).
** Supermemo has Windows (including Windows CE) and Palmpilot versions.
** There is a free version of Supermemo for Windows(external link). It runs well under Wine for Linux.
*** Save this(external link) as list.txt. Run Supermemo, create a new database, choose options->go professional then tools->import text and import list.txt. Then start learning!
Image Image Image Mnemosyne(external link) is a Supermemo-like open source program based on spaced repetition. Here is a deck of flashcards for it, with the English gloss word on the front and the corresponding Lojban word and definition on the back: lojban.mem And here's a different deck, this time with the Lojban word on the front (tab-separated; use Mnemosyne's "import" function): vocabulary list for mnemosyne
Image Quizlet(external link), a website for learning vocabulary, with some Lojban vocabulary imported
Image Rememberize(external link), another web-based flashcard site with Lojban vocabulary imported
Image Jay Kominek's Perl flashcard script(external link) (It requires some other software on his Lojban page(external link) to generate the data files)
Image Image Various software (DOS, primarily) is described and accessible at http://www.lojban.org/files/roadmap.html#software, including Logflash (a flashcard program), and the official parser.
Image Image Files to get Logflash working under DOSEMU
Image jMemorize(external link) is a simple and user-friendly flashcard program. See the jMemorize instructions page.
Image gismutrainer is a command-line tool for learning gismus, uses python.
Image number trianer(external link) A simple program that helps you memorise lojban words that are associated with numbers.
Image lojbanic number trainer(external link) The above programs cousin.
Image FlashCards, a Macintosh program
** some data for it is available at http://satirist.org/lojban/cilre/(external link)

 

Other

Image Image Implicit learning is an easy and powerful method of learning languages. There is a free program for Windows (as well as some Linux implementations), called Parallel 2, which allows users to read sentences one by one in native (e.g. English) language and their translation to Lojban. Parallel 2 allows also to listen to audio files bound with each target sentence, enhancing listening capabilities.
Image http://www.coirodo.com(external link) A wonder full website featuring a children's book in lojban and other lojbanic resources.
Image Popup.app(external link) is a GNUstep(external link) based vocabulary learning tool that can use cmafi'e to extract the vocabulary from a given text.
Image A Windows application to help learning Lojban in Spanish. New bilingual (Spanish/English) version with new features now available. By Alvaro Vallejo.
Image Image Learnfast - a learning program
Image An update of Seidensticker's Lojban Vocabulary Trainer; by kaliputra
Image Inst_Tutor.exe, probably another tutor. You'd have to check. => First version of "A Windows application to help learning Lojban in Spanish." (mi'e la.ALbaro.bajexos)
Image lojread(external link) A program designed to let people with little knowledge of lojban read lojban, and learn lojban at the same time.
Image Image Image Lojval is a Python script allowing easy offline searching for Lojban vocabulary. It can automatically add the definitions it finds to the flashcard decks created by the Java-based flashcard program Pauker(external link).
Image Where Are Your Keys(external link) A language fluency game made available for Lojban on website "lo do ckiku ma zvati"(external link) by Alan Post.

Logflash Files

flashdoc.txt
Internal program documentation, somewhat out of date, for LogFlash. Probably useful to anyone trying to modify the source.
flashman.txt
A description of the flashcard management process used as the basis for LogFlash - essentially an algorithm statement for the program.
lfsrc.zip
The Turbo-Pascal source for the current version of LogFlash 1 (LF3 differs only in changing some constant parameters).
logflash.zip
LogFlash, a computer-aided instruction program for teaching Lojban gismu. This is an MS-DOS executable with support files.
logfl3.zip
LogFlash 3, a computer-aided instruction program for teaching Lojban cmavo. This is an MS-DOS executable with support files.
logflash.txt
A description of the LogFlash algorithm at the user level. The current version is described. LogFlash 2,mentioned in the text, is being brought up to the current language standard, but is not yet available.

 


Created by timthelion. Last Modification: Monday 10 of September, 2012 15:48:15 GMT by ento.