Join us as we dive into the nitty-gritty of Mandarin Blueprint. We’ll be taking a look at some of its unique features, layout, and pricing, and give you all of the information you need to decide whether it’s the platform for you.
Vietnamese has earned a reputation as one of the most challenging languages to learn in the world, but some linguists argue otherwise. This may leave you wondering: is Vietnamese hard to learn?
The answer: sort of. Like anything, it depends on how you look at it. Vietnamese has a few aspects that are far easier than most European languages, including short words and simplified grammar. However, it also includes things that most English Speakers will find quite challenging like tones and tricky pronouns.
Let's dive in and explore this language!
In this uTalk review, we'll take a look at the software's interface and the content it offers to give you a better feel for how the programme works. We’ll also introduce you to uTalk’s in-app currency and other payment options to see if this app is right for you.
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Get stuck into this Lupa app review where we break down exactly how you can benefit from this Spanish audio course. We’ll take a look at its price point, its pros, and its cons to help you decide if you want to invest your time and money into Lupa.
So you’ve decided you want to learn a tonal language. That’s great! But where do you even start? What even is a tonal language, for that matter? Let’s find out!
A tonal language is one that uses the pitch of your voice to change the meaning of a word. This often means that words have four or five different meanings. Learning a tonal language requires patience, immersion, and the help of some language-learning software.