German in a Month
Developer: Elky Entertainment, LLC
Current Version: 1.8
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Download Size: 224.4 MB - Download
Our application is a great chance to learn the basis of the foreign language fast and effectively.
Unique study method. No more grinding repetitive words translation that will slip your mind soon.
You're supposed to figure out the meaning like children learn to speak. They link what they hear with what they see and learn the meaning of each word or phrase comparing the differences between actions or things.
Nail down the knowledge that you grasp with the help of writing tasks.
The full version offers:
- 50 lessons with increasing difficulty levels
- 3200 words and phrases voiced by male and female native narrators
- over 2600 colorful images
There is a free version to try before you buy. It contains 3 lessons: from the beginning, middle and the end of the course. They are given to show the method and the course level that we offer
About 5 million people all over the world have already chosen our application as a fair companion. Give it a try too!
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Compatibility with Mac OS X 10.9 and lower has been fixed
Most Helpful Reviews
Great!! - This app is great for learning German! It starts out basic and slowly gets harder. You will learn a lot of vocab including verbs and how to use them in sentences properly. You hear all of the words aloud and have a chance to repeat them which is great! I would suggest this app to anyone and suggest doing both the picture mode and the writing mode to help learn.
Okay but not the best - This app is good for picking up a some vocab words here and there and simple phrases, but it does not work well to pick up german language construction. You don't actually get verbs and see how they are conjugated, you just get one form here. May be good if you already have a little background in german verbs.
More Reviews for Current Version
It’s okay at best - This program is very simplistic and I am comparing to the comprehensive app called Duolingo. Consequently, I just raced through the first lesson and it is not necessarily a good learning model. Why? Because once a user learns the nouns, he/she can cruise through the exercises in the first session simply by noun recognition. This application offer little variety in contrast to Duolingo.