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July 2016

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We care about our users’ wishes!

July 25, 2016

WordDive is being constantly developed to better meet our users’ needs. Grateful for all ideas, suggestions and course wishes we have received, we have put together the following brief review on the user feedback based improvements we have made so far this year. New features – more effective learning One of the most long-awaited new releases is without a doubt the WordDive mobile application for Android. The beta version is already published, and based on all the helpful the feedback we received…

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Why are part of speech icons useful?

July 15, 2016

Did you know that words are divided into classes called parts of speech according to their grammatical properties? Words belonging to different parts of speech have distinct roles in a sentence: verbs express action, while nouns denote things and adjectives their qualities. Recognizing parts of speech is very useful when learning a foreign language. The part of speech to which a word belongs guides its use in a sentence and defines the correct word order and punctuation. Knowing the role…

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Here are five good reasons to follow us on social media!

July 11, 2016

Are you already following WordDive on social media? If not, here are five good reasons to hop on board! 1. Keep yourself up-to-date We are actively sharing news about WordDive on our social media channels. By following us, you will be the first to know of our new courses and the improvements and updates made to our service – without forgetting the great promotions! 2. Helpful tips for your studies You can also get valuable tips for your language studies…

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A new way to learn English grammar!

July 5, 2016

We have again broadened the selection of WordDive’s British English grammar courses! This time we’re also presenting a whole new practice mode: on the Text Exercises course, you will learn grammar with text-based multiple choice exercises. The course consists of ten different types of texts, from literature excerpts to blog posts and recipes. Your job is to fill the empty spaces in the texts with one of four choices for each gap. By clicking your answer, you will immediately see…

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