It's fine. I'm a duolingo user, so I'm more used to that format and prefer the variety of choice it has, both in terms of languages and the activities within a language. This is very linear and feels very constraining to me. And imo duo does a better job assessing your skill level and putting you at a good starting point. In this app the intermediate is too easy, and the hard is too hard, and they don't tell you why you got something wrong. But it's free and easy to use, so I'll keep it.
I am what you might call... Spanish "Intermediate Beginner", so I started at Beginner, and it seems great so far; especially if you want to learn for travel purposes! It reminds me of when I was learning my native language in school as a small child... so take that as you will. It works for my learning style, with both audible and visual repitition, which improves retention. Based on my experiece using the app so far, I'd definitely recommend as a supplemental learning tool! No issues.
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Absolutely love all the different features!! It has a vocabulary list so you can see what was already taught, has a podcast ability where you can just listen to the course, you can type out your answers or choose from a multiple choice format! I am in love!! I have taken away so much more from this app than any others in such a short time!
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