Nowadays, the app market is flooded with options for language learners. There are flashcard apps, dictionaries, complete courses, grammar exercises, games, the list goes on… You’re sure to be spoilt for choice whatever it is you’re looking for. We shouldn’t complain, but sometimes it can feel a little overwhelming. So, how can you choose the best language learning app for you? In this blog post, we take a look at the pros and cons of 3 popular language learning apps on the market: Reji, Memrise, and Duolingo.
Need to memorize new words for an upcoming quiz in a short period of time? Sick of asking how to say a particular word over and over again? Or are you simply making a concerted effort to expand your vocabulary?
Whatever the motivation, these 5 easy tricks will have you using new words when speaking and writing in your target language in no time at all.
Having an extensive French vocabulary can make communication easier all round. It not only helps us express ourselves better but also understand others better too.
Equally, your vocabulary, or lack thereof, can limit your interactions. Ever had one of those moments where you think you understand what someone is saying from context, but you don’t know the one crucial word they’re using? Or perhaps, you’ve tried to describe something very specific but find yourself searching for that one important missing word? Continue reading “How to Build Your French Vocabulary”
Want to make a killer first impression? Outward appearances, body language, and overall confidence definitely play a role, but sometimes we underestimate just how important what we say and how we say it can be when it comes to creating a lasting impression.
Giving an articulate and well-informed presentation can raise you up in the ranks at work. Similarly, an engaging conversation with an important client can reassure them of your competence and create a stable on-going relationship.
So, what can you do to make yourself not just sound smarter, but also create better relationships? Keep reading to find out more.
Ever feel like you have lots to say but you lack the vocabulary to put your ideas into words?
Simplifying your ideas can help. Explaining your way around a missing word often works well too. But sometimes, you just need to suck it up and dedicate more time to learning new vocabulary. Especially, if your work uses technical language or you need to communicate with clients in a foreign language.
So, you’ve decided you want to do something about it but where to start?