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August 2016

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How to set exercise level, topics and speed of progress yourself

August 31, 2016

WordDive is so effective partly because the program optimizes learning speed and exercising of study items individually for every user. But did you know that you can also choose the exercise level, topics and speed of progress yourself? Maybe you would prefer to proceed in order from elementary level exercises to advanced ones, or maybe concentrate on a specific topic for a moment because of an upcoming trip. How can you change exercise level and topics? Modifying the course contents…

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Autumn – the best time to start to study languages!

August 15, 2016

Summer holidays are over and it is time to get back to the normal everyday routine. However, there is no need for low spirits: autumn is a season of new beginnings and opportunities! How about starting to study a new language or brushing up a language that has gotten a little rusty? Whatever your life situation might be, it is always a good idea to invest in language studies. In the globalised working life, the importance of versatile language skills…

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Fluent language skills in 3 months with an easy exercise routine!

August 8, 2016

Many students who have just started their language studies wonder how long it takes to learn a new language. WordDive promises fast results, but what does that actually mean? How many new items can you learn in one day? When can you say you speak a language? As the subject interests so many, we decided to find out what is the median learning speed of the WordDive users. The results were amazing: you can become fluent in a language in…

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Why are pictures so effective in language learning?

August 1, 2016

WordDive exercises start off with visual hints. The first thing you see is a picture that will lead you to think of the study item you are learning. Next you will write your answer based on a guess, knowledge, or what you have heard by choosing to listen to the extra hint. Finally, you will see and hear the correct answer in an example sentence. Have you ever wondered why WordDive uses visual hints as a starting point of the…

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