I like the app but I wish I could have the option to type out words myself, they give you parts of words and you put together sentences that way. There's only one chat interaction available in Korean (maybe there's more in the second course) and it doesn't teach you the difference between formal and regular speech. This is a good learning guide, buying a book will probably be better. 안녕하세요
The concept is very good and the relevance of the sentences is high (contrary to Duolingo). The learning with locals is great where you listen to actual random native speakers with different accents. However, if doesn't like synonyms and when for instance translating they were, the answer had to be" ils étaient; elles étaient. " Starting with Elles was not accepted. They really have to fix this. The grammarbot is also very good, but could do with a lot of extension (i do french)
I really like the app so far, much better than similar ones. Although I'm not sure about the frequency of the speed review, I seem to have to do it after two rounds e.g. Learn new words and learn with locals, and I'll also get given 2 consecutive speed reviews. It doesn't feel like it could happen that way. I also never get given the pronunciation task, and if I try to select it manually it doesn't load. Hope there is a fix because the rest is great.
It's wonderful for basic phrases (and basic lessons of other skills) and excellent for making you feel committed to learning vocab. The downside is that it has zero immersion or interactiveness or games, it's nothing but flashcards. You need to actually learn to use the language elsewhere. No real bugs, which is a big plus compared to busuu.
It seems to work fine and it's a fun way to learn. I feel some features nare missing but that can be complemented by using other apps (I do). I would also wish I didn't had to constantly be asked to buy the premium. Makes the app sounds a bit thirsty
I am learning Japanese, Chinese and Korean because a few of my students are from those locations and not all speak English well. This app, so far, has taught me how to greet them and other common phrases. I like that you can hear the word or phrase and see the spelling. I didn't think I'd catch on without a lot of difficulty but it hasn't been as hard as I thought. The hardest part is when I have to spell a word!
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It got all hokey pokey
so we turned it all around
That’s what it’s all about!
Otherwise known as a “general fixes and improvements” update.
Bugs? We squash ‘em.
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