المعلومات التي يتانولها التطبيق هي:
* هل تعلم
* معلومات طبية
* تطوير الذات
* اقوال عظيمة
* اقوال وحكم الفلاسفة
التطبيق سيرسل لك بشكل يومي معلومة مفيدة في كل قسم من الاقسام التي يتناولها التطبيق.
باستعمالك تطبيق "هل تعلم" ستجد نفسك تعلم اكثر وتحصل على فائدة يومية لك ولافراد عائلتك ، ونتمنى للجميع الاستفادة بشكل كبير من مميزات التطبيق .
ملاحظة: التطبيق مجاني تماما لكن يشمل اعلانات عادية .
هل تعلم أن أول من شرح تركيب العين الحسن بن الهيثم.
هل تعلم أن أول بلد عرفت الشيكولاته هي المكسيك.
نقدم لكم هذا البرنامج الرائع والذي يتيح لكم إمكانيه التعرف على مجموعة جديدة وفريدة من المعلومات المفيدة.
يمكنكم التنقل بين المعلومات عبر استخدام الاسهم أو التحريك بواسطة الاصبع.
كما يمكنكم مشاركه المعلومات المفيدة مع جميع اصدقائكم وأصدقائهم عبر نشرها في شبكات التواصل الاجتماعي والبريد الإلكتروني.
ويمكن بسهولة تصفح هذا المعلومات والتنقل فيها والاستمتاع والاستفادة بها . وصغر حجم التطبيق وكثرة المعلومات التي يحتويه .
ويتم تحديث التطبيق باضافة معلومات جديدة بشكل مستمر . ولاتنسو تقيم هذا التطبيق و مشاهدة الاعلانات ^_^ .
هل تعلم أن : التمساح هو من أطول الحيوانات عمراً إذ انه يعيش 250 سنة.
صدق أو لا تصدق تطبيق جديد من شركة ديفولوجي يحتوي على موسوعة معلومات عامة ومعلومات اسلامية جمعناها لكم من كل أنحاء العالم لتكون في متناول يدكم.
تحدى أصدقائك وجميع أفراد عائلتك وشاركهم معلومات جديده لا حصر لها معلومات غريبة لن تتوقف عن الدهشة والتدبر في خلق الله ، لا تتردد في تحميل البرنامج ولا تنس التقييم!
التطبيق يحتوي على معلومات عامه بالصور، طرائف وغرائب من جميع أنحاء العالم، معلومات صحيه،معلومات دينيه،معلومات عن الحيوانات،معلومات شخصيه، معلومات ثقافيه، معلومات رياضيه، معلومات علميه،أغرب الصور، معلومات طراءف مضحكة، صورعجائب وصور غرائب ومعلومات اسلاميه في شكل سؤال وجواب.
Why Study German?
In an increasingly globalized world, a German degree gives students access to the language, culture, and marketplace of three leading European nations: Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. Together, the inhabitants of these three countries, combined with native speakers in other regions of the globe, make German the most spoken language in the European Union and the tenth most spoken language in the world.
On a professional level, speaking and understanding another language opens many career opportunities. German is one of the main languages used in business and international diplomacy. After the fall of the Soviet Union, German became the lingua franca of central Europe, bridging the gap between former Cold War adversaries. Many international conferences and trade shows also use German as their working language.
At the undergraduate level, taking German classes will help to expand your understanding of another culture through a wide range of course offerings. In business and social settings, being able to interact in a culturally appropriate manner is essential in order to seal a deal or make a transaction. Understanding a bit of history and culture helps to make travel more enriching.
If you are looking to study German at the graduate level, our department offers programs in linguistics, literature or a combination of the two. The size of the department lends itself to personal attention for each student's academic and professional development. Graduate students have ample opportunity to interact with professors, present their research, and study and/or research abroad.
Learning German will also enrich your personal life. Maybe you have always wanted to explore your German heritage or are a German heritage language learner. Perhaps you take an interest in German-American issues or have always wanted to study abroad. The University of Iowa is the place to start.
Germany is the world’s largest exporter of goods (vehicles, parts, machines, chemical products, metals, etc.).
Germany is the largest European trading partner with the US.
Over 2000 American companies conduct business in the German-speaking countries, and Germany is the sixth largest export market for American products.
Germany is the third largest foreign employer in Iowa behind England and Sweden, and Germany is the third largest export market for goods manufactured in Iowa (based on 2003 data).
German is indispensable for study in music, religion, philosophy, physics, and many other subjects.
German is the language that is most often required or recommended in academic programs.
German is an important scientific language and is the second most common on the Internet.
English shares close relations with German, so that learning German will help you understand the history and structures of English.
Reasons to Learn French
1) Knowing French will allow you not only to function but to compete effectively in the global economy of the future.
In many European countries, a second language is introduced in primary school and a third language, in middle school. International job applicants who are proficient in at least two languages will be at a distinct advantage in the global market. When you know French, you can be a part of communications and transactions occurring daily in French on every continent.
2) Speaking French will increase your job opportunities and salary potential.
Knowledge of a second language is essential in over 60 occupations. Canada, officially bilingual, is our most important trading partner and requires labeling in English and French on all imported products. More than 1,200 French companies have subsidiaries in the U.S., and France is the largest recipient of U.S. foreign investment. France is a world leader in the development of modern telecommunications, a market with explosive growth potential.
The European Union, the second largest trading bloc in the world, recognizes French as an official language. Think about the many job opportunities with the airlines, import-export companies, and other international businesses. French is also a very useful language if you are thinking of working at the United Nations (where French is the second most widely used language, after English) or for the United States Government in the foreign service. Here in the United States, when you know French, you could become a French teacher, an interpreter or a translator.
3) Studying French increases your appreciation of other people and their cultures.
French is the first or second language in more than 40 countries and is spoken by 125 million people around the world, on every continent. Because French is a foreign language of choice for so many people in the world, knowing French will also increase your chances of communication in a non-English speaking country. You can use French to develop international friendships, as well as to communicate via the Internet.
4) French opens up an entire world of sporting events to enthusiasts.
French is always an official language used to announce events, winners, and medals at the Olympic Games, including the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. If you live near the Quebec border, you can also follow hockey and baseball games in French. Automobile races (Le Mans and Monte Carlo), horse racing (Longchamps), tennis tournaments (French Open), and the Tour de France (long distance bicycle race) engage fans around the globe. when you know French, the international world of sports is open to you.
5) Knowing French will improve your vocabulary in English.
Some 40 to 50% of English vocabulary comes from French. The study of French will also enhance your grammar skills, and your increased proficiency in English will greatly improve your scores on the verbal section of the SAT and the ACT. As you develop greater skills in French, you also sharpen your skills in English.
6) Learning a new language, like French, develops your critical and creative thinking skills.
It will also increase your problem-solving skills and improve your memory, self-discipline, and self-esteem. Because progress is very easy to measure, you can quickly take pride in your new abilities. Knowing French can help you acquire a number of important life skills.
Video for children which teaches them the different colors
the video was created to help children learn the basic colors.
in this way the child is having fun watching several animations while learning colors in a simple and fun way.
An educational way to teach children.
We will learn in a fun way!