Learn a new language for free with easy to follow audio clips and lists. Lots and lots of lists.
LangLearner Lite Review
by on April 15, 2010
You can do entire degree courses when it comes to learning a language but if you’re off on a trip becoming fluent at writing and speaking a language isn’t to be likely at the top of your to do list.
That’s why the phrase book was invented. A huge pile of the most common phases usually organised by situation. LangLearner awkwardly straddles this thorny fence of trying to be a phase book and learning resource.
It does provide a list of common phases for a host of languages including: English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish. In this version that’s limited to three situations: the basics, hotels and eating out with each having around 30 words or phrases.
It’ll play the phrase in the native language and English. That’s it. There’s no search and no attempt to teach you the language. It is free but we can’t help thinking you’d be far better spending your time looking for a comprehensive resource as this simply spreads itself too thinly to be worth the trouble.
Buy this app: Download the LangLearner Lite app now
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