Apps: a new way to learn a language

Kaya Josse. Study & Learn

13 Apr 2018, 10:04 Last Updated: 04 May 2020, 15:05

Smartphones have invaded our daily lives. Some of us are even completely addicted to it. So, why not use them to learn!

Apps: a new way to learn a language
Apps: a new way to learn a language

Brusselslife offers you its selection of the best free mobile applications that will allow you to learn a new language!

Duolingo offers fun games and levels to unlock to improve vocabulary, conjugation, grammar, punctuation and listening comprehension. At each stage, users are tested and the degree of difficulty gradually evolves. The application covers many topics such as family, food, animals, ... It is also possible to save your data and train on your smartphone as on your tablet. Finally, you can even create a team with other users.

For French speakers, the available languages ​​are English, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese. Other languages ​​are also available depending on the user's native language.

Through 3000 phrases to read and listen to, Busuu addresses more than 150 topics of daily and professional life. This application will familiarize you with vocabulary, grammar, reading as well as oral and written comprehension. The application also gives the possibility to create vocabulary lists. What makes this application authentic is the ability to have a written exercise done by the native community present to help users.

The available languages ​​are English, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese and Polish.

Memrise is based on a system of cards containing words with their meaning, their pronunciation and examples of situations in which to use them. Users must memorize and repeat these cards within a certain period of time. It is also possible to determine the daily duration during which you wish to exercise. This application does not allow you to improve your grammar but is ideal if your goal is to acquire new vocabulary!

The available languages ​​are French, Spanish, German, English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian and Russian.

Semper employs a method quite different from previous applications. The application uses micro-learning. Indeed, it works from small puzzles that are offered throughout the day. For example, users need to give the correct translation of a word while waiting for the page to finish loading or before you can unlock your screen! What motivates you to revise your vocabulary!

The application offers over 50 different languages!

If you are not inclined to learn on your own, do not hesitate to consult our section "Studying & Learning
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