LANGUAGE APPS REVIEWS
MosaLingua Learn French
MosaLingua Learn French focuses on sustained learning – ensuring you don’t forget the vocabulary you learn. This innovative app uses the SRS (Spaced Repetition System) method, which is designed to help you store new words in your long-term memory. It judges how difficult you find a particular section and then sets review dates to help you memorize the tricky vocabulary. This is very helpful if you struggle to retain vocabulary especially with the difficult spelling and pronunciation of French words.
What is great about the app is that it uses a number of methods: flashcards, audio (with speech recorded by native speakers), dialogues, learning tips, grammar sections, and a wide range of categories and sub-categories. It is enjoyable to use, and its method of tailoring the language reviews to your individual struggles is a big tick in its favor. Ultimately, the app will teach you the basics and specialized vocabulary but won’t help you past a basic level of French proficiency. Available on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire.
Nicole Eberhard has a Masters degree in English Literature which has left her with a book-buying problem. She has since abandoned the world of academia, travelled to South America and is trying to master Spanish.
"I'm very happy with how things are going! Rod quickly assessed my level and made a plan. We have done some hard work and I feel like I will make good progress."
French course in Longueuil.
"I was extremely pleased with everything, I couldn't ask for anything better."
French course in Burlington, Executive Director, OSFA (Ontario Funeral Service Association).
"My French lessons are going well. Jean is a good teacher and I am getting to learn the basics. We have been meeting in person for the past 5 weeks or so."
French course in Ottawa, Fairtrade Canada.
"The lessons are going very well and Miguel is a wonderful teacher. I have made a lot of progress, and I appreciate Miguel’s flexibility with our schedule."
French course in San Antonio, Alamo Group.
"The course is going well. I've particularly improved my speaking and listening, which are my two biggest goals."
Leah Dierker Viik
French course in Brampton.