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  1. 大家好!I wanted to share my free pop-up dictionary that allows you to learn Chinese while watching your favorite shows on Netflix and reading on the web. You can bookmark new words and export them to flashcard decks. Both ‘s’ and ‘b’ will save/bookmark words. You can download the extension for free here: https://www.inkah.co/ Here’s also a short video tutorial on how to use it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7srrvsXi2k I hope you all find this helpful! 加油!
  2. Hi all, We are a group of enthusiasts whose hobby is language learning. We know how difficult it could be to learn new language and improve vocabulary, so we decided to build an app that will always be with you and will allow to quickly add the words you meet while learning language. So far we are preparing the following ways to add new words: by typing them with a keyboard (usual way for most of flashcards) by taking the picture (you will be able to take a photo from a book and add several words in a row, translation can be added automatically) by speaking th
  3. Hello, community! My name is Artem and I am a developer of Vobr Android Application. The app provides you with a great flashcards editor and Spaced Repetition. Main features are: Automatic context example provider for a word. Automatic translations Linking an image to a flashcard for better retention Changing a color of a flashcard(for example, different colors for masculine, feminine and neuter, etc) Adding an unknown word from any another app. Vocabularies system Recognizing a word from an image or from a speech. and so on... There is
  4. Hello I'm looking for a spaced repetition online website or phone app that allows learners to enter answers. This is really just to function as follows: Prompt: gitmek Answer (to be typed): go went been I am aware that, what I believe is the most powerful app, Anki has this ability. However, most of my learners have iPhones and are not prepared to pay for this app. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  5. I wrote a small Android app for myself that has helped in my reading comprehension of numbers, in my case French numbers. Recently I put it up on the Google Play store so anyone can use it, and it's free of charge. It's basically a number drill, something like flash cards, but with user-configurable speed, font and number format. The object is to say or think the number before the next one is shown. You can start with, say, two digit numbers every 5 seconds in a clear font, or make it difficult with phone numbers in a handwriting font. The app will run in either English or French, d
  6. SmartCards+ is a smart flashcard app to help people learn MUCH more effectively. I've used these methods myself to learn over 2000 new Korean vocabulary words in the past 9 months. I made a landing page with explainer video which I think is the best way to quickly get a sense of the app. www.smartcardsplus.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OT6zumkiyc&t=7s Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your time! Download here: http://apple.co/2zFNtey Best, Joe
  7. Me gusta Español is a flashcard based application which should help anyone wanting to learn the Spanish language. Currently it's in an initial release phase available on Google Play Store under [1] If you're interested in elevating your language knowledge check it out. Also you can write to us at [email protected] if you'd like to gain an access to the course and testing it out. All the best, O-Lingo Team [1] https://play.google.com/apps/testing/learn.spanish.megustaespanol
  8. Hello everyone! First off, I'm new to the forum! In my 7 or 8 years of studying languages, I never knew there was a forum like this. But I mean, nowadays you can find a forum for anything on the internet, so I can't say I'm surprised. So my question is about a particular study method. Now I know everyone has their own style, and I'm a fan of the "whatever works for you" idea. For me, I'm native in english, and I have a high C1 in Spanish. I've used a number of different methods to help get me this far, but one tool to supplement has always been learning from reading, then pulling vocabul
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