by Fernanda Feres
So you're thinking about taking the steps to learn Spanish? Well if you are, it's about time! After all, Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world. You can go just about anywhere and find people speaking some version of Spanish. These days being bilingual can mean the difference between getting a job, and having an international career. It doesn't matter whether you want to learn Castilian Spanish like they speak in Spain, or you prefer the Latin America dialect like spoken in Mexico, we have you covered. You'll never regret your decision to join millions of people who enjoy speaking this lovely language.
The thought of learning a new language may intimidate people sometimes. This is especially true if you happen to be on the more mature side! It may have been a while since you were in school or had to study and this alone can be scary. Not to mention we seem to be always in a rush, barely having time to dedicate to learn something new. Learning from anywhere and at anytime is one of the best benefits of learning Spanish with Wlingua's app. There are no classes to go to and studying is actually fun! Even if you've never taken a Spanish course before, you can Learn Spanish with Wlingua. This is thanks to the ease of a guided learning process that is really innovative and effective.
One prominent feature of the Learn Spanish with Wlingua app is that it uses what is referred to as a "spaced repetition system". This system enables you to gradually learn Spanish because of the revision tests that occur at increasing intervals. But that is just one of the cool features. The app also lets you learn and comprehend over 9,000 words with the help of regular vocabulary exercises. Plus, to make sure you are able to use the words you're learning correctly there are plenty of exercises that focus on phrases and sentences. The best part is: because everything is recorded, you can concentrate on the proper pronunciation, intonation and phonetics!
Before you actually begin the course, you will be assessed, in order to determine which of the three levels to place you at. Levels A1, A2 and B1 will take you from basics to advanced, and before you know it, you'll be speaking Spanish like a pro! You can learn conveniently from your phone, tablet, or computer.
To help keep you get on track, you can always test yourself with the true or false questions contained in the reading exercises. You even get access to an online dictionary with the audios spoken in Castilian and Latin America versions of Spanish.
The app has two types of account: basic (free) and Premium but when you access the course for the first time we give you a month of Premium, to try everything the app can offer you. When the trial month finishes, your account will automatically convert to a Basic account, it's that simple!
Clearly, any doubts you might have had about learning to speak Spanish can be put to rest once you start studying and learning from the Wlingua method. After all, what's not to love?
It's easy, it's convenient, it's fun, and more importantly, it's effective! In a nutshell, it's "muy bueno"! The app can be downloaded from Apple Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android).
Fernanda Feres is bilingual and has always had an interest in learning new languages and new methods for doing so. Fernanda is working with Wlingua to help people find great new ways to learn new languages.
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