Learning words in order of frequency of use

From now on words on Lingopolo are introduced in order of frequency of use. What this means is that you will get asked to learn the words in the best possible order.

Example 1: if you are studying the Words lesson, you would be introduced to the words "I (male speaker)", "water; liquid" or "to eat" before you are introduced to "sponge", "Portugal" or "The 43rd consonant of the Thai alphabet, tub".

Example 2: If you are studying the Animals lesson, you would be introduced to the words for "dog", "elephant" (an important animal in Thailand, if only to order beer) and "chicken", before you are introduced to the words for "camel", "sea urchin" or "penguin".

This is an extremely important feature, which although not as visible as some of the other Lingopolo features, is nonetheless going to make a big contribution to making Lingopolo your best place to learn Thai.