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Anki with sentences

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I've been seriously studying Japanese for ~7 months now, and I recently learned that I've been inefficiently using Anki this entire time. Humans retain words much better within context than on an isolated vocab list. I'd like to make the switch, but how should I design the card? Should the sentence be on the front with the target word blanked out, and have the back say the word?

e.g. 今朝、7時30に起きて、自転車で学校に行きなきゃいけなかったので、歯を______
and have the back say "磨けなかった"

Is that example sentence too long? I'm new to the sentence thing, so sorry for the novice question.
Edited: 2017-04-17, 6:13 pm
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Anki with sentences - by weab00 - 2017-04-17, 6:12 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by theadamie - 2017-04-17, 6:14 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by weab00 - 2017-04-17, 6:35 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by theadamie - 2017-04-19, 9:09 am
RE: Anki with sentences - by yogert909 - 2017-04-17, 6:20 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by SomeCallMeChris - 2017-04-17, 6:45 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by weab00 - 2017-04-17, 7:13 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by SomeCallMeChris - 2017-04-17, 9:16 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by Zarxrax - 2017-04-17, 10:52 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by Zarxrax - 2017-04-17, 7:14 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by weab00 - 2017-04-17, 7:41 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by Zarxrax - 2017-04-17, 8:15 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by uchuu - 2017-04-17, 8:21 pm
RE: Anki with sentences - by tanaquil - 2017-04-18, 8:40 am
RE: Anki with sentences - by FaultyMaxim - 2017-04-18, 9:16 am
RE: Anki with sentences - by kraemder - 2017-04-19, 7:43 am