MnemoLingo - The Word Trainer v1.6.1
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Seriously, you just download it and you're done. No tests. No headaches. Just a free download, and you're proficient in any of the 14 (English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Greek, Turkish, Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Romanian) languages we currently support. You don't believe it?
Well, you shouldn't. MnemoLingo is not Gandalf (or Dumbledore, for you HP folks). So just forget the above.
What it is however, is a really handy little app, which will help you learn the most important words of the language you choose. You'll be able to pick a topic (Man & Family, House & Hobby, City & Traveling, Eating, Work & Education, World of Animals, Plants & Garden, Geography & Weather, Verbs to Know, Adjectives to Know), start a game you prefer, and collect points. For these points, you can get new fun games. And before you know it, you've learned a bunch of new words. Sounds good? Well, it's not over yet:
You'll soon figure out that there is whole new way to learn the words you want: you can start a course in MnemoLingo!
Don't worry, you won't have to go anywhere. There are no teachers, bullies, stolen lunch-boxes, exams or cheerleaders around (though this last one is a bummer, admittedly). What you do have, is two weeks. Two weeks to learn as many words as you can, by completing one really fun test every day. MnemoLingo will use it's Skynet like sophisticated algorithm to figure out what words you need to test again in any given day, and if you do well, and don't skip too many days (we've got notifications for you, don't sweat), you'll learn a lot of new words in a very short time.
You'll also get achievements, so you can show your friends how good you are. Or bad. It's kind of up to you. MnemoLingo will not laugh at you. It may zap you with a few electric bolts here and there, but it won't hurt much.
So just to summarize for all you 3 people still reading this: you'll have a lot of fun with MnemoLingo, which will lead to you learning new words.
I think this may be the deal of the century.
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