Find this very easy to use and understand, but I think if you have no previous experience with language learning then it may be a little difficult. My advice is stick with it, maybe even make notes as you along because once you've got the basics you won't find a more comprehensive language course/app for this price
I like the way they teach, but my only problem is that I paid for a 3 months french subscription and everytime I try to do more advance lesson I am ask to buy a subscription like I don' t have one, when I already pay for 3 months subscription. Can it be fix or return money?? This is ridiculous :(
You get a reminder which helped me put in the practice. 10 to 20 minutes a day is easy to do. I never seem to be able to pronounce the phrases from the female assistant though. My French is slowly improving. Give it a go...
Took me a while to realise holding down keys on the keyboard allows you to put in the required hyphens and accent marks. Lessons are a nice length, easy to fit one in here and there each day to keep progressing. Worth subscribing.
It's fun to use like a game would be and my French friends have noticed a real improvement in my ability to express myself in French clearly. Can't beat the price for such a well designed learning tool.
Wow. Impressed by the uselessness of this one from second one. I learned french already in school and even the first two words won't get recognized by the speech engine. First, I thought it was surrounding sounds, so I tried calmer environments, but no change, Then I repeated it like ten times, still no change. Then, I don't even know why, I not only spoke like, exactly the same phonetically, but tried to imitate the higher pitched voice of the female sample, and it worked instantly. Seriously. I have to imitate the voice in addition to the phonetic sounds. This speech recognition engine is completely worthless, at least from inside the app. I will try on the website as well, but since I can only rate the app here, this one is -1. - Complete waste of time. But don't take my word for it, give it a try, maybe you sound more like the woman. I most certainly did not.
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