I have tweeked Lingopolo so that now multi-choice possible answers are all same length. Previously there was the rather silly situation that the correct answer might be a single word, and yet the possible answers might include an extremely long phrase. No more! Now, if the answer is one word, the possible answers will all be one word. If the correct answer has, say three words, then all the answers suggested will contain three words. This means that the multi-choice experience is a lot more sensible. And a little bit trickier!
(Note that the count of number of words is done from the Thai breakdown, not from the English, so the number of words in the English may not always match 100%).
Example 1: a multi-choice question for a single word:
Example 2: a multi-choice question for a short phrase:
Example 3: a multi-choice question for a long phrase:
This should make your multi-choice questions a little bit more challenging, and so help improve your Thai. Happy Thai learning!