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Like associating words with pictograms. Have looked for apps settings but cannot search anything in the menus to adjust speed. Need to slow down the speaker while maintaining pitch so can practice pronunciation (eg; trung in first lesson). Almost impossible to understand sound at the beginning of this word; assume there will be a lot of more examples of this.
This application would be great, and I'd love to buy the full version, but it's spoken with a Ho Chi Minh town (Saigon) dialect. Therefore, it's only useful for people living in the far south. I live in capital town Hanoi in the north, and the pronunciation is far various here; enough to create the application fairly useless for people needing to speak with Northern pronunciation. It's a bit like having an application teaching English with a Glasgow accent instead of a London one.
I've only used the application once, but like the way to learn words so far! Some of the illustrations may not always be the most obvious, they tell you the English word you're trying to learn too when first introduced, which helps. I'm looking forward to seeing how well this works over the longer term with everyday practice and may change review later.
Very interactive! Exceptional at building up vocabulary but it must be used together with sentence forming and speech. You can easily grasp a spoken language if you also test and it also helps if you have a native speaker to ask questions to.