Memrise Easy Language Learning

Memrise Easy Language Learning

Category: Education
Version: 2022.8.9
Adult Rating: 12+
Filesize: 191.93 MB
Developer: Memrise
Compatibility:   iOS 14.0 +.
Score: 4.78657
From 192,531 Ratings



Memrise Easy Language Learning 2022.8.9 IPA. Memrise Easy Language Learning for iPhone/iPad. Memrise Easy Language Learning latest version free download. Download Memrise Easy Language Learning 2022.8.9 for iPhone/iPad by Memrise directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 12+ to be able to install and run.

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Learning a language isn’t hard. Short Lessons. Real-life phrases. Get everything you need to go from learning to speaking, fast, with Memrise. Join over 60 million people and start learning a language with Memrise, the easiest way to learn a language ‘It’s among the most popular language apps with its user-friendly interface and helpful video clips with the spoken dialects in action to help you master real-world scenarios.’ - All Tech Buzz We get to the heart of learning a language: showing you how native speakers speak and teaching you how to do it yourself. Video clips of real people in local streets, coffee shops, karaoke bars and at work help you understand and speak languages the way they’re actually used in real-life situations. ==================== WHAT LANGUAGES CAN I LEARN? You can learn Spanish (European Spanish and Mexican Spanish), French, German, Italian, Japanese (Romaji and Kanji), Korean, Chinese, Portuguese (European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese), Russian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Danish, Icelandic, Mongolian, Slovenian, Yoruba and English (British English and American English). ==================== DOWNLOAD THE APP TO: 1) Learn all the language essentials. Useful vocabulary and phrases for real-life situations: from ordering a coffee to making small chat with friends in new places. 2) Get used to language as the locals speak it. With over 50,000 audio and video clips, you’ll get to grips with a variety of sounds, tone, rhythm, body language, gestures, and more. 3) Ease into speaking another language confidently. A safe space to practice without feeling fearful or embarrassed of speaking in a new language out loud. Learn French for travel Our French courses have all the words and phrases you'll need to get you feeling like a local. Learn Spanish for work With native speaker video clips to help you understand and speak Spanish to your colleagues, faster. Learn Japanese for fun So you can enjoy the Japanese culture and country without translation apps or subtitles. Whatever your language learning motivation is, Memrise gets you language ready for the real world - no matter if you're a complete beginner or looking to refresh your language knowledge. A team of language specialists and native speakers working alongside expert engineers design and build your lessons to easily help you go from learning to speaking, fast. Feeling excited? You can learn Spanish, English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (and more) and learn to speak as the locals do! Try any of our 20+ language courses. ==================== HERE’S WHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT MEMRISE • ‘Memrise immerses you in local pronunciation and dialect to keep you engaged’ - CNN • ‘Memrise is perfect for the complete beginner who wants to learn the basics of a language’ - Popular Science • ‘Best for learning to speak casually in a new language’ - cnet ==================== * PLEASE NOTE: You need a Memrise subscription to access all courses and features. But the courses and features that are available vary depending on the language of your device. • Once your purchase is confirmed, your payment will be charged to your iTunes Account. • Subscriptions automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. • Your account is charged for renewal within 24-hours before the current subscription period ends. • You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewals by going to your Account Settings on the App Store. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication. Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:


  • Frustrating in many ways

    By satans_lackey
    I’m enjoying learning but Memrise is frustrating in one key aspect. Ex: Im learning German. To form a question you put the verb at the beginning of a sentence. They will mark the response as incorrect even if you follow the rules but put the pronoun or noun in the wrong place. They will not tell you what you do d wrong, instead repeating the verb rule. That is not what was wrong. The noun placement was wrong so you have to guess that is what is incorrect.  I almost always pause my lesson after 3 wrong answers because otherwise I’d stomp my phone to bits because I keep putting the verb in the correct location. Never make a student guess or become frustrated. It’s Anathema to teaching and learning. It’s more than this and I only recommend this for people not easily frustrated.
  • Learning Mando’a

    By stspeer03
    I joined to learn some more mando’a, it’s been very helpful in pointing out the words I keep forgetting. I’ve only just started but I do hope it will help with grammar as well
  • Could be so much better

    By iffish
    I’ve used Memrise before maybe six years now.As a tool for BEGINNING to building Spanish vocabulary it was very helpful.For a time I was a paid member.
    I want now to give two constructive criticisms, which I think would make a Memrise vastly more useful, to most people, in the long run…And probably would’ve kept me as a paid member for longer.
    1.0. The mnemonic aspects of Memrise are pathetic. Although the founder is purportedly a memory champion, and should know better, this is ONLY a rote learning tool.  No energy has been put into rewarding people for breathing memory hints.I shouldn’t have to do all of that in my paper notebook, on my own.
    2.0. Spelling is for probably 99% of interested people, absolutely the least important thing about learning a foreign language. Perhaps when you are so good with reading, speaking, and understanding, that you no longer find those most important,You will want to tackle the nuances of spelling.Until then, spelling is absolutely the last thing that should be emphasized. The priority should probably be vastly more weighted, until then, toward basic facility of RECOGNIZING written and auditory forms. 
    Simple suggestion: give the user the ability to turn OFF ALL spelling tests.  If is spelling nuance is what they want to drill, let them turn it on. If that’s not what they want to drill, all you are doing is discouraging them from using your app. You were encouraging them to switch to something like Anki which lets people practice what they want to practice.
    There is a saying: “To the man whose only tool is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”Or, is Goethe stated that, “the thing that matters most must not be at the mercy of the things that matter less.” At least in the case of learning a foreign language, spelling is absolutely the least important thing. Until you can speak, understand, and read, with great facility, stressing spelling is completely inappropriate. Memrise is most discouraging in that regard -And could easily become a lot more relevant in the language learning community with that simple change. 
    For learning calculus formulas, exact spelling is essential.  For writing?  Intelligent people use the Internet to check spelling.They really ought to be learning more words, and how to use them in oral communication. They shouldn’t be wasting their time learning spelling nuances.
    PS, I don’t write reviews unless I care. Please take my review in the spirit in which it is intended.
  • Good, but only up to the first 10 or so words.

    By chessstat
    I downloaded Memrise as a co-learning app with Duolingo. In the beginning it felt great to look at people speaking in the right accent, repeated reading, listening and speaking exercises. But it only lasted for the first few words. Beyond that no more lessons without the paid version.No new words learned. Going back to other apps.
  • Best app I tried so far. Adíos Duolingo!

    By Galaxy Nexus Dude
    Real world language learning. Just moved to Miami and this is helping me big time!
  • Good content. Poor software and support.

    By Larry, the Rater of Things
    Update after the Developers’ Response: No, there absolutely is NOT a way to ignore words you already know on iOS, unless it’s an official Memrise course. (These intro courses are fine, but have nothing to do with the words you may actually need to learn for offline classes.)The website has an ignore function, but it’s a pain to log on with your computer every time you need to indicate you already know a word. It would be so simple to implement this function; the Android version has always had it. Removing one star for the unhelpful developer response. Seriously, guys, look at my account, how much money I’ve spent with you over the years. Y’all are seriously on the wrong track. 
    No way to ignore words you already know. Tedious, tedious repetition of words you already know. Very poor search function for courses. The course you needs probably exists, but you need to switch to google to find it. Content is good, the app is not. Also, no good way to provide feedback. So I’m leaving it here. Sorry.
  • Excellent

    By Zia Zipu
    So far so good! Just found what I needed. Its very useful for pronunciation and accent.
  • Love this app

    By cindy loves this game
    Helps me learn my flags which I very much enjoy doing
  • Pretty Good! Worth the cost

    By JK973845
    Really great! The inclusion of the videos showing how each word would be pronounced by a native speaker puts the app above competitors. 
    The most annoying part however is that the app insists on teaching you phrases you already know. I would like the ability to truly skip these words.
  • Yaaaas!

    I learn Spanish the European way then eventually learned the slang of the Dominican culture. I wish they had Angolan speakers too because I’m black and I like their dialect


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