By ~3-4 weeks in, you should be completely done with new pronunciation trainer flashcards, and you should just be seeing reviews of old cards at this point. Because of the way that Anki/Spaced Repetition works, you're going to keep seeing those old pronunciation trainer flashcards for the foreseeable future (though for an ever diminishing, tiny amount of time each day). If you've been studying for 3 months, you should definitely move forward to vocabulary and grammar. Personally, I do like to keep my pronunciation trainer flashcards mixed in with the vocab/grammar flashcards, but if you'd prefer to shut them off entirely at this point, you totally can.
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