If I choose the 5,000 most common words, does it mean I’m choosing the 4,001 to 5,000 most common words? The option before that is the 4,000 option. So I’m assuming that the 5,000 option excludes the 4,000 most common words - and I’m really focusing on 4,001 to 5,000 - i…e 1,000 words right?
If my understanding is correct, I’m wondering why it’s named as such, rather than say “4,001 to 5,000”. (I’m doing Spanish-English)
If my interpretation is wrong and it’s actually sentences focused on any of the top 5,000 words (which means it could show the 10th most common word in blanks), then I’m not sure why this is so because I wouldn’t want to learn such a common word.
For Spanish - I see that the 50,000 Most common words option has only 10k sentences. So my question is why is that so because then I wouldn’t get to test all the 20,0001 to 50,000 (30k words).
PS: I have so many questions about clozemaster. IS there some kind of introduction or help/support? Because all my questions I’m sure should be addressed for everyone, not just in a forum. I may have missed a webpage with all the FAQs and explanations of how Clozemaster works.