1. ippoldata's Avatar
    "Hello Word" vocabulary learning software

    Version for learning vocabulary of:

    - English (for people, who know Polish and want to learn new English vocabulary)
    - Polish (for people, who know English and want to learn new Polish vocabulary)

    Main program features:

    - 15 language categories with ca. 100 words and definitions in each category,
    - A total set of 1,500 words in the learning application,
    - Each word features a definition, both in English and Polish,
    - 2 learning modes available: normal and reverse, which allows both Polish speaking and English speaking users to learn vocabulary,
    - Saving learning progress,
    - Granting points for good results and possibility to publish the results both within the application and on the Internet on the helloword.eu web page,
    - Continuous preview of the current effectiveness of our learning expressed in %,
    - Current preview of our results and results of other users directly within the application via Wi-Fi or GPRS connection,
    - Feature of many learners on a single device (iPhone, iPod) thanks to the function of setting accounts for any number of users in the application,
    - A separate configuration for each user,
    - The last and most important feature of the program is ease and simplicity of learning and operation!

    The softwares interface was prepared in the following languages: Polish, English, German, French and Spanish

    Link: Hello Word Beginner for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store




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    03-15-2010 04:05 PM
  2. Bob25's Avatar
    The best way to learn a language is by talking and getting involved in situations. I just got an Eton Institute Russian Phrasebook and its definitely working! My cousins in Moscow are super impressed with my accent and I can already sort of have conversations after just one week So worth it! and it only cost $2.99
    07-13-2011 05:54 AM
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