KRIAS YAM SUF I am addicted to this app. Learning any language is a pain, and my shoddy Aramaic has always been a stumbling block to Learning. So this app is a Red Sea splitter for me. A little miracle. I love it!
Great idea but needs improvement Very good idea and simple app design. Yet I found 2 problems which makes it annoying and a little unusable: 1. When choosing the answer it is quite slow at responding (checking if it is correct). 2. It doesn't save progress. Learning phases can also use improvement.
too loud! I'll have to uninstall, I'm afraid, since I haven't found a setting that will mute the constant sound effects. I didn't even know my phone would make a noise that loud! Out of the question on the bus; I was even afraid of disturbing my husband in the next room.
Awesome tool for Yiddishe and productive recharging It's important--for learning's sake--to take a constructive break sometimes as we even see this all over Torah like relaxing for health reasons implied by the Rambam (Hilchos Deos Beginning of Ch 4) and the Midrash bringing how Dovid Hamelech would take walks to refresh for learning. This is an excellent opportunity to productively relax with direct expression that it's for Torah learning's sake as it sharpens crucial lingual skills for clean and technical gemara limud. Yashar koach and hatzlacha to all.
What a great idea And the graphics are great too. Top many questions per exercise. Break each part down into five exercises of twenty words each.
I am hindu love jew bcz we both are ancient religion and civilization so know to eachother more by religious scripture thank u fr dis app