LANGUAGE APPS REVIEWS
The creators of this app decided to take a creative and humorous approach to help cat lovers improve their Spanish skills. While using it, users will learn common phrases and words with the help of amusing cat themed pictures. To give you an idea of the application’s method, phrases like “Necesito ayuda” or “I need help” are presented with a photograph of a cat stuck in a tree and the word “por favor” comes with a picture of a cat standing on its hind legs with its paws put together as if it’s saying “please”. The amusing images mixed with the Spanish phrase, audio, translations and occasional side notes help the user expand his/her vocabulary and improve necessary speaking skills. After going over various sentences and words, you can expect to work on a quiz to see how much information you were able to memorize. As you build up your knowledge, you will advance through levels and work your way through a racing path on the home screen. Users of the app can also “race” through this path with other friends who are also subscribed to the app.
Eric is a virtual nomad who has been living in various South American countries for the past six years. Although he is originally form the US, Chile is currently his new home. He has a passion for writing, and anything creative and artistic.
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