If i pause my subscription now, will i be able to renew it later at the same £10 price in the future, even after the announced price increase?
Life story version:
I’ve been an eternal Welsh dabbler, i’ve gone through all three levels of the old course and the new course multiple times (with a year or two between each time) and have always enjoyed the method, even if i never felt quite ready for native content.
I got an e-mail a couple weeks back about the new Automagic course beta and thought it would be interesting to try out, and after going through about an hour and a half over a week or so i must say that i really enjoy this format. It worked great for me to spend 10-15 minutes in the morning while preparing breakfast and getting some Welsh study in. Having the Welsh text to look at occasionally was great as well as i never really learned to put sounds to letters before. However, i recently got news that we will be going on holiday next year and my language goals for this year have changed. Unfortunately, i can’t quite find the time to fit my Welsh practice in in the mornings anymore. Welsh is still on my bucket list, but it’ll have to be once my schedule clears up a bit. In the e-mail, it said:
But if you give it a shot now, you’ll never have to pay the higher price
Does this mean “so long as you keep your subscription active” or will it still be the same price if i pause my subscription now and come back in 6-12 months’ time?
It seems like the “how are you feeling today” option changes the speed of the prompts (the gap to answer is shorter when you set it to a higher value). On the forums it seems like it also sets the speed at which you reach new material. I’ve set it to the highest value because the default gaps are painfully long for me, but i don’t necessarily want to be skipping sentences/reviews. I imagine i’ll hit topics that are tough for me again and will appreciate the extra review, but i’d still like to have a shorter time to respond. Even setting the value to “Fire Rocket Dragon” (awesome name btw) often feels a bit slow for me.