Nihao Multimedia course
You want apple tea? We can totally say that to Chinese people now
Nihao Multimedia course Review
by on January 26, 2012
Like it or not, the days where you can say things more loudly and slowly while doing some sort of lewd action aren’t going to work as a method of speaking another language for much longer.
With the world becoming increasingly global, the need to be able to converse with the global superpowers is ever more important – which is why this easy to use system is perfect.
It’s like being back in school but on your phone – there are sections on everything from basic word pronunciation to recorded examples to general phrases; plus the program is neatly divided up into different little apps so you can really feel like you’re levelling up when you nail how to pronounce all your vowel sounds.
There are some elements where it’s a little simplistic – for instance, when you’re shown a list of words and have to listen/repeat, you can’t go back to a specific word to hear it again, nor is there anything to show which word is being spoken.
Also while we like the way the course is heavily modular, you can’t jump back to a specific place when you want to, meaning a plethora of scrolling to help jog your memory on something specific.
But take nothing away from a decent application indeed… the fact we were looked at weirdly for spouting random Chinese verbs on the train platform shows how into it we were.
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