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Now I can't be 100% sure, but I think they probably use a very specific arrangement of the words in the datasource, in order to achieve this. I've mocked up the kind of data I think they are using here (I've attached the Excel) and also worked up how the set action would work to highlight the paired words.
I think they are being a bit mean with that example!
Could be wrong, and would welcome anyone who could do this while having the sentence in a single column.
I thought so too. Thank you very much for taking the time to create the mock up. I'll try to play around with this a little bit and see if I can achieve a similar result.
Cool. Yes let me know if anything I've done doesn't make sense, basically it only colours the word if the question is in the set and it's flagged as a paired. I had to add the "word sort" in to get the sentences in the right order, too
At the starting of the video it is mentioned that the exercise workbooks used in the video can be downloaded to follow along. But I couldn't find them.
But this is great. You are the best, Simon.