Memrise: Language Learning

Memrise: Language Learning

By Memrise

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2013-05-20
  • Current Version: 2.3.35
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 202.57 MB
  • Developer: Memrise
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 92,197 Ratings

Description

Have fun while learning a language with Memrise! The more you enjoy learning, the more (and quicker) you will learn. This is why entertainment mixed with real-life, relevant content is at the very core of the Memrise language learning experience. Learn French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, German, Korean, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Polish, Norwegian, Turkish, Dutch, Icelandic, Mongolian, or even learn English. ------ Best of 2016 iPad App of the Year - Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark ------ Do you want to connect with the world? Get ready for your next trip or adventure abroad? Improve your grammar? Then join our community of over 30 million language learners and develop real-life language skills through a rich variety of easy-to-use games, innovative chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos. Learning a new language has never been so simple! - NEW! Chatbots help you hone your conversational flow. - OBJECT RECOGNITION: Explore the world around you and learn new vocab on the go. Scan your surroundings and snap a pic. Save images and the snapped object’s name in your chosen language. - Learn with Locals: Real people helping you learn real, everyday language in context. - A variety of exciting interactive games to learn and practice: Speed Review, Listening Skills, Difficult Words, Classic Review, Grammarbot… - Pronunciation guide: Speak like a local by recording and comparing your pronunciation with locals. - Offline mode: Put your language skills to the test whenever and wherever is convenient for you. - Daily goals: Learn as many or as few words a day as you like, Memrise is tailored to you. Why learn a new language with Memrise? For our international team, nothing is more special than the ability to connect with new countries and cultures through language, and we want to share this with you! This is why we only teach useful, everyday words and phrases that enable you to have real conversations with real people. How? Our talented linguists and language experts work side-by-side with our world-class team of developers to create the very best language courses and games that are simple, enjoyable and accessible to everyone. - Start with current, everyday vocabulary and learn through reading and listening games - Record and compare your pronunciation with that of locals - Use our grammarbot to learn how to form useful sentences - Put your skills into practice with chatbots Download the Memrise Pro language learning app and start your language journey now. ----------------------- Memrise offers: One-month subscription for $8.99 Three-month subscription for $18.99 Twelve-month subscription for $59.99 Lifetime subscription for $179.99 ----------------------- PLEASE NOTE: You will need a Memrise subscription in order to access all courses and features. Courses available may vary depending on the language of your device. • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase ----------------------- Your learning journey with Memrise continues in: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/memrise/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/memrise Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/memrise/ Privacy Policy: https://www.memrise.com/privacy/ Terms of Use: https://www.memrise.com/terms/

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  • About it

    5
    By cookieswirlcee
    This is an amazing app for people that travel to countries that have a different language because you can learnThree words in a minute
  • Good, but need to be careful of certain pronunciations.

    5
    By Harialk
    Been using this to work on my Korean. The female voice is very clear, however the male voice is either occasionally paired with the incorrect tile, or he’s just bad at enunciation. I continually get the same tiles wrong because he doesn’t pronounce the entirety of the word. Ex an vs ang. I listen to the voice multiple times and hear no ‘g’ sound and so I choose the ‘an’ word and it’s wrong. 😑
  • Generally I Like This App, But...

    1
    By deswilliams99
    For some reason I can’t continue after “Launchpad”? I’m currently trying to do Korean, and I was able to do the first module normally and now it says to continue learning I have to upgrade to Pro. I’m not trying to use the specifically Pro features, like “Difficult Words” or “Learn With Locals,” I’m just trying to learn new words. Is this a glitch, or are you guys seriously monetizing what is essentially your whole app now?
  • Learn

    5
    By luna de galxay
    So it teaches you how to properly say it listen to it and spell it but it not like a text book just reading listening its almost like a game because when you earn little aliens by learning words 🇰🇷
  • Im so thankful!

    5
    By Maziegriffin
    The makes learning a new language so easy and its free!
  • A fun way to practice a new language but..

    4
    By penny_the_doggo
    I really like to use this app it help practice a new language, I’m currently trying to learn Korean, and this app helps with it. But one problem I face is that I feel i can ace a Korean test in the language but not speaking it sometimes I can and will memorize one word and forget another, besides that I would recommend getting this app to practice not necessarily learn completely
  • DuoLingo is better

    3
    By lindseybean1607
    I’ve had Memrise for about two years now. I’ve never liked how they break down the learning. I started French in high school and went through all four years but I want to continue learning the language and Memrise doesn’t do any of the learning techniques I’m used to. Not that I expect an app to understand how I personally learn, but Memrise doesn’t teach how verbs conjugate or technicalities in grammar. For example, I just learned the phrase “are you following?” Which they teach as: “est-ce que tu suis?” The problem is, they never teach the entire verb “to follow” so I’m in the dark as to the rest of the verb. I just downloaded DuoLingo to try it, assuming I would stick to Memrise since I’ve invested two years. Already it’s much better and I’ve had it for about twenty minutes. They offer a placement test if you already have some experience with the language and they break down your learning farther than Memrise does. They have little bubbles for pronouns and animals and verbs and all kinds of things. Go with DuoLingo.
  • It’s good for now

    4
    By black_death47
    I might recommend it to someone if I can go all the way with it
  • すごい!!! I’m ACTUALLY learning!

    5
    By Arinmon
    The recent updates (7/17/18) are bomb btw- it makes the app that much more sophisticated and easy to use ————— Wow- I’m just so amazed- after about a month of messing around with this app I went premium and only do about 15-20min 3x a week (rarely more and sometimes even less). Its been about 4 months and I don’t know a lot but I continuously surprise myself when I end up whipping out a sentence or actually end up reading a sentence/word in a raw manga or off a package at a grocery store without actively thinking about the characters! I’m not one to be easily excited but when you hear yourself speak another language and you’re not even thinking about it- it’s honestly exciting and surprising. The mind is a wonderful work of the conscious and subconscious and this app helps to really get your working memory going. Japanese is not a natural language for most people and it doesn’t have much relation to English like Spanish does (not Castilian). There’s 3 sets of characters- all of which are written differently but have plenty of similarities in sound despite being different in meaning- and despite this added complexity I’m still learning. It’s been a dream of mine since childhood to learn Japanese- no matter how quickly or fluently it comes- I just want to learn, and I finally am! I love that self-development apps like this are becoming readily available to so many people for an affordable price. After all, so many of us are tied into so many different obligations and tasks that we hardly take time for ourselves. A few minutes each day for ourselves is almost a pittance, but we have to make an effort to help ourselves- and this app helps you do that. It requires a little bit of responsibility on your part to try and learn, but this app is fairly thorough in it’s deliverance. It’s a great addition to your daily life if you’re looking to slowly begin exploring a new language. It’s not as grammar intensive like taking classes would be, or as intense as being dunked cold into the language by living in a different country and forcing yourself to learn- it’s a slow, fluid process that comes playfully and easily. The types of tools they provide you is great and very helpful. Don’t expect to be dishing out a new language in a few months - if you’re a busy bee but play this app often enough and make it a point to use your skills whenever you can in real life, you’ll probably pick up a decent amount of conversational skills within 6-12 months depending on the complexity of the language. I’m looking forward to learning more. Japan wasn’t built in a day and I’m not rushing anything- I’m simply enjoying the process.
  • It’s okay

    4
    By YooooooMtbameduff
    It’s great and all but you have to play, to be honest. To learn even more so yeah.

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