I see that other people have commented on this - the fact that the flashcards often don't recognize a correct alternative answer. For example, "ora" instead of "adesso" will be considered wrong when it isn't if "adesso" was used in the phrase. Or "lavora ogni mattina" being "correct" instead of "tutte le mattine" in a deck of flashcards where "ogni giorno" was considered an error for "tutti i giorni." It's frustrating to get an error for a correct answer and, frankly, it's confusing when you're trying to learn the language because it makes you doubt whether the alternative is, in fact, correct. I understand that this is a difficult issue to resolve from a programming standpoint but fixing it would greatly improve the flashcards. Oh, and the times where it's required to use the personal pronoun, versus just the verb form, is also a nagging issue. I can't count the number of times I've missed that the personal pronoun wasn't in parentheses (my bad, I guess). Given how rarely the personal pronoun is actually needed (until you get to the subjunctive in subordinate phrases), I'm not sure why this can't be consistent across the platform. Thanks.