A fun little language app and a tip for using it

I’ve always loved using technology for study and learning. There are a ton of fun things out there to use, but I recently started using one that has been around for quite a time but I just started using it. You might know it. It’s called Duolingo

There are some fun languages there to try, but there are also some other cool ways to use this app for your study, especially if you’re learning English. You can choose the language you want to use to control and manage the app and be your base language.

So, for fun, try to learn a little Spanish, or Italian, or French, and use it in English. This will help you to focus more on the new language and use English for doing it. You don’t have to really worry about what you are actually learning. Just focus on using English for the process.

There is also a companion app called TinyCards. There are lots of fun things there too besides the companion cards for the Duolingo courses. TinyCards is a flashcard app. There’s also audio with the cards. It’s fun, and it works. Give it a try.

I did the courses for American Sign Language for the alphabet and for some basic words in sign language. I also saw cards for state capitals, bones, anatomy, Greek Mythology and many other fun looking topics. Playing with those flashcards is certainly more productive than slinging birds at stuff…




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