LANGUAGE APPS REVIEWS
Online Language Help
beginner to intermediate
Wie Geht’s is perfect for someone who is new to studying the language. This app offers 63 different lessons covering diverse subjects that help you cover all the basic and intermediate vocabulary that you could ever want to know! The lessons include topics like News and Politics, Sightseeing, Emergencies, Directions, and Travel and Transportation, and many more.
The lessons start off at a very basic elementary level, with topics like numbers and greetings. As your German skills progress, the lessons get harder, covering more complicated topics like verb tenses and noun cases. Wie Geht’s also offers audio from native speakers, helping you understand spoken German. It even includes a phrasebook for quick referencing, which is great for travelers.
The best part is that you don’t need to be connected to the internet to use it, which means you can save your data for something else -- as well as use the app even when you aren’t connected to WiFi. Why not give it a try?
Heather is a full time English teacher who loves to travel around the world, learning languages as she goes. She's working on Russian and Korean at the moment, though she really needs to brush up on her French and German!
"My son's teacher and he seem to be on the same page: she pushes him to cover a lot of material and he seems to thrive on it."
German course in Seattle.
"The lessons are going really well. Claudia is a wonderful teacher and I have learned a lot this session."
Jennifer Von Durckheim
German course in San Antonio.
"The lessons are going well. Svetlana, my German teacher, is pleasant and keen on teaching."
German course in Winnipeg.
"My first lesson went very well and I am very pleased with Kathrin."
German course in Oakville.
"My lessons are good. I really feel like I'm getting better every class."
German course in Edmonton.