Ato: A tool to remember

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This is a small tool I use to master [;)] the kannada language. It is pretty
simple. It works on a very simple memory model. The idea is, it present a
question, once you recall the answer, you say - Show. If the answer is correct,
you say it was correct, else say it was wrong. Take as long as you want to
remember the answer.

If you get the correct answer, you are scored depending on how long you took to
answer the question. < 5 secs implies you know the answer well enough, this gets
you *HALF* the max score. Once you cross this threshold, you are presented with
the answer and you have to get the question. Same scoring rules apply, but if
you get the question right, you get twice the score.

Depending on your score, you will be presented with the question after a certain
time. That is, if you didnt get the answer, you will be presented with the same
question after around 10 mins. If you got a decent score (3/4th max), you'll see
the question again after a week and so on.

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