Where can I send feedback?
To me, Anthony Goubard, email@example.com
Can I help?
Yes, by adding more translations, by setting the words in categories
or by translating the user interface.
The best contributions will receive a free license.
Can I add a new language?
Yes, just send me an e-mail with the language you want to add, I will send you
the file with the language added in the columns.
Is it Shareware, Freeware?
The database is copyrighted, so you may use it for translations or to learn vocabulary but not to create a software or a dictionary.
The sofware is shareware, if you like like you should register it (15 Euros).
How to get a free license?
If you add or correct more than 200 words, you will receive a free license.
Blog about JLearnIt and win a free license.
More details here
How do I change the parameters?
You can edit the file JLearnIt.ini, or you can use "save parameters" in the file menu.
Tell me more about Java?
Java is a computer language. The advantage of this language for this software is that Java has international support, is multi-OS, is executable in the browser (in applet mode).
Java program needs a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) to run.
You can download it at http://www.java.com/getjava/
How do you choose the translation?
I tried to choose the translation that fits the most to the word.
Sometimes the word won't fit the perfect translation, but the translated word will give you an idea of its meaning.
How to request for new features?
You may request for new features in JLearnIt, your request
will be treated according to the following rules:
Also the more users, the more time I will spend improving it.
So telling your friends about it is a good start.
- You are paying for the feature.
- It's a bug fix.
- It's a good idea.
- It's easy to implement.
- You are a registered user.
- You are providing a code example.
What do the levels mean?
The level depends on the usage of the word in life
||Essential words for beginners and travellers
eg : Yes, Hello, Thank you
About 20 words
||Essential words for small sentence
eg : to be, and, man, day
About 100 words
||Words for basic sentence
eg : to speak, nine, miss, monday
About 500 words
||Words we use several times a day, common objects
eg : father, finger, to give, january
About 1500 words
||Words we could use every day, useful object
to study, trouser
About 3000 Words
||Same as 5 but seems to be more technical, object in a house
jam, to teach
sausage,syndicate, to sew
||Word that some people could not know
operating system, winkle, to simulate
||Very specific word, that normally people don't know