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August 2014

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WordDive’s new tool helps you to reach your goals!

August 27, 2014

We all study languages for different reasons: some as a fun hobby, some for an upcoming trip, and others are going to be working abroad and want to become fluent as quickly as possible. No matter what you want to achieve with your language studies, it’s important to set yourself a goal, especially when you’re studying independently.WordDive offers you an efficient tool that will not only help you to set long and short term goals, but also motivate you to…

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What Would You Like to Learn Next? Answer Our Survey!

August 19, 2014

We’re constantly developing WordDive to better meet our users’ needs. As we’re planning to expand our course selection, we’re interested in what you would like to study next. Currently we’re offering four courses that focus on a specific topic: Travel, Food and Drink, Art and Culture and Sports in most of the languages. What other topics you would be interested in? Do you maybe have some other development ideas for our courses? Share your thoughts with us by answering the…

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New courses for culture lovers!

August 12, 2014

WordDive is preparing for the first days of autumn by publishing new courses: the popular Art and Culture course has now been added to the American English, Spanish and Russian comprehensive courses. This course package is designed for any culture enthusiast and covers a large selection of important vocabulary from different fields of art and culture. Whether you’re interested in visual arts, theatre or music, this course will help you share your unique culture experiences with others in a foreign language! Note also that the Art and Culture course…

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WordDive courses for the Finnish matriculation exam: 85% would recommend!

August 11, 2014

Do you know a student who is preparing for the matriculation exams in Finland? Give them a hint that WordDive has popular preparatory courses for the English and Swedish exams. But do it quickly: the best results are achieved when there is no hurry to finish the course before the exam. 85% of those who took the course last spring would recommend it for those taking the exams now. They also gave us valuable feedback, which has been used to…

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