Memrise: Fun Language Learning

Memrise: Fun Language Learning

Category: Education
Version: 2021.10.25
Adult Rating: 12+
Filesize: 251.51 MB
Developer: Memrise
Compatibility:   iOS 12.0 +.
Score: 4.78437
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Download Memrise: Fun Language Learning 2021.10.25 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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Join over 50 million people already using Memrise to learn as fast as humanly possible - while having fun! Learn Spanish (Mexican and European), French, German, Japanese (Kanji), Italian, Korean, Chinese (Simplified), Brazilian Portuguese, European Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Danish, English and Yoruba. Icelandic, Mongolian, Slovenian also available for UK English speakers. Memrise is for real. Real language, real people, real accents. We help you get ready for the real world, wherever that may be for you - connecting with friends and family over Zoom, getting ready for travel, upskilling for your career or learning during your free time. Our language learning courses have all the phrases people use in their everyday lives. You learn with video and audio clips of real native speakers. Why learn a language with Memrise? We're the only app that's built to help you master the three key skills that will get you from language learning to language speaking: 1. Know the translation of words and phrases 2. Understand them when they're used in real-life situations 3. Be able to chat with other people There are many apps that do the translation bit, but only Memrise gets you to nail all three. Imagine learning how to say 'ça va!' in French but not having a clue what is said back to you. Or not being able to find the words to express how much you loved your dinner in a Portuguese restaurant. It's impossible to say you've really learned a language until really master those three skills. Try it for yourself, the first lesson is free. Once you get going, upgrade to a Pro Plan to unlock all our language courses. That's right! One Pro Plan, all languages. You'll also unlock Offline mode, so you can learn wherever you are, even without data or WiFi. Whether you’re looking to learn Spanish phrases, learn Japanese characters, learn French pronunciation or just start learning a new language with a language learning app, Memrise is here to help you get you language ready for the real world. Try any of our 20+ languages. In the press: “Best [app] for learning to speak casually in a new language.” —CNET “Memrise’s learning tools help you to pick up tone, pronunciation, and cadence.” —Conde Nast Traveler From our language learners: “This has to be the best learning experience ever. Full immersion into language including spelling, sentences, etc but done with easy understanding. You will learn words and sentences that you will actually use every day. Tried many others and this is simply the best.” - Rob T. “I've tried lots of apps and methods over the years and this is the best method of learning vocabulary quickly” - Josh Download the Memrise language learning app today, the best app to learn Spanish Mexican, Spanish European, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese Brazilian, Portuguese European, Russian, Arabic, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Turkish, Danish, English and Yoruba fast. ----------------------- 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: https://www.memrise.com/privacy/ Terms of Use: https://www.memrise.com/terms/

Reviews

  • That was so good for teach English

    5
    By noon_kare from codm
    The memrise is so good for someone who want teach English language
  • Super fun! Could improve-

    3
    By Mimi_from_Oregon
    I'm learning Spanish vocab so fast! But I wish the app would ask me to produce sentences on my own, both speaking and writing. It has a multiple-choice style that gives you the answers. Instead of recognizing the answers, I need to be able to produce them on my own to reach true fluency.
  • I like this app!

    5
    By jay.silk
    This app is cool!
  • great app!

    5
    By maylar jiminsons
    안녕하세요 I am currently learning Korean and I think this app helped me a lot with my writing and pronunciation of words. I think something that would help others learning is maybe if you guys came out with a book that would have all of the learning levels that are on the app. This app is amazing and i recommend it to anyone who is trying to learn a language!
  • Very helpful

    5
    By schmutzig33
    Feel like I’m actually learning the language. I feel a lot more confident speaking after using this than Duolingo
  • wow

    5
    By multistanilovealotofkpopgroups
    this app is really good if u want to learn in a calm way, it keeps track of everything and you can learn at your own pase and chose what u want to lear when u want to learn it
  • Level 2 French is very different from level 1

    3
    By Ellen9876
    I loved Level 1 French and thus purchased an annual subscription. Once I got to level 2, the quality and subject selection became much lower and inappropriate. French is notorious for having formal (polite) and informal ways of addressing people. As a visitor, you will be using polite or formal way of addressing everyone (from wait stuff to taxi drivers). Level 2 seems to be focusing on informal way talking to people. And they introduced party topic. As a foreigner, you will not be invited to any parties. Maybe if reach level B or higher and come to France more frequently, you might get an invite. That is why I think having this topic in level A2 is useless. If you address someone you do not know in informal way, you would be considered rude and very likely to get rude response back or no response. Since verbs are conjugated in French, the same verb would have different pronunciation in formal vs informal way of speaking. So learning informal phrases are not doing me much good. Also, I found some translations to English a bit awkward and missing punctuation. I am frustrated by this learning experience.
  • Great but I have a few suggestions

    4
    By potatocorn134
    I do this for free so it might be a thing you can do with paying
    I’m learning Japanese 
    
    So I struggle to remember things and it makes it really hard to Memorize my things. a suggestion I have is if you could go back to previous lessons to review a bit more or copy down specific words that you find difficult.
    
    Another thing is I don’t know how to write on paper words that I’m learning I can type it but I don’t actually know how to write it. I would find it helpful if you could write the words not just type it. 
    Thank you and other then those small things it’s a great app and it’s really helpful
  • A very clever way to teach

    5
    By Montholon55
    For those of you that always wanted to learn a new language, this app has a very creative and a clever way to teach little by little, however you need to practice writing those words and expressions that you have a hard time remembering. Learn the intonations from different speakers. Overall a very good way to learn.
  • Not enough Vocab words

    3
    By Jonaboy110
    Seems to be great so far, for the small number of words it has. 
    
    I’m trying to study Chinese, so far have gone through half of level one and I’m only up to about 10 words. That seems like a really pathetically low number of words for what is ostensibly supposed to be a vocabulary app. 
    
    Maybe they have more levels (and more words) after you pay? But there’s no way for me to able to tell without paying first. (They really ought to list how many words they have somewhere ) 
    
    This makes me sad because otherwise I think the app (both free and paid version ) is totally awesome and great. They just need to add (way way) more words. :/ :(

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