July 20, 2015
After posting about language apps for iPad and Android, today’s post is introducing you to some useful Mac apps students can use to learn a new language. The list comprises carefully handpicked apps which have been popular among teachers. Check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to this selection.
‘Unique study method. No more grinding repetitive words translation that will slip your mind soon. You’re supposed to figure out the meaning like children learn to speak. They link what they hear with what they see and learn the meaning of each word or phrase comparing the differences between actions or things.’
’Create your subject list, set of 30 words, sound them or use auto-pronunciation tool, then follow the instructions of cat Jazz. In a very short time you will master all these words and phrases in funny and challenging trainings and games… Or for the price of three cups of coffee you can buy full pack and accelerate your learning. This will greatly expand your possibilities and make the process even more fun.’
‘The available languages are Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, Danish, Dutch, Swedish, Turkish, Russian, Greek, Arabic, Chinese, Korean and Japanese. Please be aware that activation for a language is required in order to use all the features without any limitations for that specific language. The number of features that are available also varies depending on the language. These features are:’
4- Learn French
‘This app comes with around 200 cards absolutely free, complete with native French and English pronunciation of the words! Try out the app, and if you like how it works, you can upgrade to get over 4500 total words in various categories!’
From the same developer: