The minimal pairs are actually designed to give you a lot of exposure to each minimal pair the first time you encounter it, and then an extra burst of exposure whenever you get one wrong. Sometimes it may seem "stuck" on a handful of words and go back and forth between the same two three or four times, but this is by design. If you find a pair really easy and just want it to go away, hit the 'Easy'/'Very Easy' button on the far right and you won't see it again that day.
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- What do I do when I'm forgetting older cards?
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- How long should I use the pronunciation trainer for?