Great app for language learning. Has varied exercises
The free exercises are quite simple for B1 level and I'm not fully convinced a subscription would be worth it. The dialogues are too basic for daily use and there are not enough exercises to explain a particular grammar topic. This is a great app if you want to learn the basics in a fun way but once you reach basic communication level, taking an inexpensive course in a community college might be a better option.
A free 5 minute lesson. And then they want you to pay for subscription. Please don't say that your app is free. Include the fact that subscription is required in your game description so that we don't waste time and data downloading for nothing.
So far so good. I was using rosetta before and I can honestly say that it didn't teach why to use different words in what seemed to be identical scenarios so I went searching and I found this. I can say it has been very useful so far. I van actually say useful things now lol
It's an amazing app and you can learn a lot, but i'm disappointed that you need to pay lessons. It's kind of stupid, 'cause i can have an actuall teacher to pay her and this is just on internet so what's the point of paying?
It's a really good app for learning languages in a very intuitive and on going way. I wish it could have Japanese but I'm already loving it. I'm learning German and it has been really fun. It has a lot of grammar, card exercises, etc. Just the way you would learn in a classroom but at home and in your own pace.
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