LingoDeer - Learn Languages

4.5
437K reviews
10M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Want to learn a new language, such as Japanese, French, Spanish or Korean on your own? Give LingoDeer a try!

Courses offered for English speakers:
Korean, Japanese, English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Thai, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic and Vietnamese.

What can LingoDeer do for you?
※ Learn to read and write a language with a unique alphabet system, such as Korean or Japanese
※ Learn to form sentences in your own words by following a structured course
※ Learn the essential vocabulary and grammar from beginner to intermediate levels (A1-B1)
※ Improve listening and improve pronunciation with HD recordings by native speakers
※ Reinforce learning with various review activities: flashcards, quizzes, target trainings and more
※ Track your progress and statistics
※ Download lessons to learn offline

What makes LingoDeer different? Its teaching power.

Instead of relying on users to figure things out, LingoDeer offers a structured, clear and motivating path toward fluency.

By providing the best structured curricula among apps and clear explanations on grammar, LingoDeer enables users to form sentences in their own words, not just memorize and repeat after a phrasebook.

As a result, users gain a clear sense of progression through following this path and are able to maintain long-term motivation.

What’s more, the variety of activities supported in LingoDeer gives users the flexibility to personalize their study. From speaking exercises about food allergies, to drilling words with flashcards or 5-min pop quizzes during lunch breaks, let LingoDeer surprise you with every session.

If you don’t know where to start with learning a new language, start with LingoDeer.

PLEASE NOTE: 
You will need a LingoDeer membership in order to access all courses and features. 

Support:
Found a bug? Let us know and help us make LingoDeer better!
Email: hi@lingodeer.com
https://m.me/lingodeer
Updated on
Jun 21, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 8 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.5
414K reviews
Lon
May 26, 2024
Personally, this is my go-to app for a quick lesson in Korean. I believe it is x10 better than Duolingo! However, although it gives you an option to hear the word slower, I wish they would break the word down even more. Yes, it gives you the romanized way under the way it's supposed to be written, but as a slow learner I'd like to have the word broken down consonant by consonant and so forth. Other than that, I enjoy this app!
16 people found this review helpful
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Daniel Worlton
May 6, 2024
Fantastic app for Asian languages with well structured lessons and lots of review modes. It does require a bit of work on your side to figure out your learning schedule of new lessons and reviews, would be nice if that was streamlined a little better, especially when crossing between Level 1 and Level 2. Would not recommend for European languages, level of teaching is too low and the emphasis on spelling words (while brilliant for unfamiliar writing systems) quickly becomes painful.
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Rin M
March 6, 2024
I'm conflicted on this. I feel like a beginner (in Japanese) would feel like they got thrown in the deep end, & close to nothing is explained fully, if it all. Going through it initially, the only reason it was ok for me was because I've already done duolingo & got used to it, I still struggled with spelling out long words though. As an intermediate review course, this is great so far. But I wish there was a "no sound" lesson option since I can't usually listen to it. My textbooks are better.
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What's new

Psst! We've just released not one, but TWO brand new courses: GREEK & UKRAINIAN!

Which one will you choose? Greek? Ukrainian? Or maybe both? Either way, with LingoDeer, you will:
- Learn key vocabulary;
- Master essential grammar;
- Build a solid knowledge of the respective country's language & culture.

The best part? Both courses come with a Travel Phrasebook for busy learners on the go!

Let us know what you think at hi@lingodeer.com ;)