@Mike – Although this mostly relates to your other app, The Great Translation Game (TGTG), I am writing here in a Clozemaster forum because I think that we have more opinionated people here (… and I mean that in a good way) and active users.
I have been thinking, what if the next level of language learning after Clozemaster was that you could master the entire sentence after you have mastered a word. This thought always leads me to thinking about The Great Translation Game. I really want to love that app, but it is lacking something that Clozemaster isn’t. My forum discussion point is this: what if TGTG was more like Clozemaster. I mean, virtually the same thing as Clozemaster, but you are mastering entire sentences. You’re already pulling in all the sentences from Tateo here in Clozemaster. What if you did the same thing there, but instead of focusing on the cloze word, TGTG could bring you to the next level by focusing on cloze sentences - even better if they were the cloze sentences associated with the cloze words that you have already mastered.
As a developer myself, I understand that these things are often far easier said than done. However, this one might be worth exploring. TGTG is lacking something that this app doesn’t and it might just be the guidance that Clozemaster provides (by that I mean, pre-built sentences to work on, spaced repetition, categorization, etc). If you essentially replicated this format there, and gave the user the ability to use the sentences of their mastered cloze words, it would seem like a smoother transition to TGTG and a logical next step in your language learning.