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German for Beginners & Kids



German for Beginners & Kids

by Curiosity Ventures LLC
German for Beginners & Kids
German for Beginners & Kids
German for Beginners & Kids

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German for Beginners & Kids

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Last updated
May 22, 2021
Release date
May 3, 2021
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App Store Description

German for Beginners & Kids is great at helping students of all ages to pick up language listening, reading and vocabulary skills quickly and naturally by engaging visual, listening and touch senses. It is also an excellent way to speed up language learning beyond traditional courseware like textbooks and of great help for educators to accelerate motivated learning by students.
The course is made of 10 lessons (topics), each of them helping to grasp new words, expressions and grammar usable in daily live, overseas trips and classroom environments for all generations of beginner level learners. You can see all the topics on the first page of the app. The app teaches you around 315 new words and expressions.

You will learn the following topics, words, expressions and grammatical rules in each of these lessons as follows. It is recommended to follow this order as new grammar is sometimes built on learning from previous lessons.
Essentials – basic phrases, nouns, person pronouns, positive and negative verbs
Food – pluralized nouns, simple clause with “I like”
Numbers – numerals
Colors – adjectives
Shopping – nouns, verbs, questions with “How much?” useful expressions
Time – telling and asking time, clock
Travel – positive and negative verbs, questions with “Where?”, “How?”
Work and Hobbies – person pronouns, genders, plurals vs. singulars, questions with “What?”
Nature – simple clause with positive and negative verbs
All – this chapters serves for assessment purpose and as final challenge to check one’s ability before and after the whole course.

New contents in each lesson is introduced via section “New Words”. After that you can strengthen your language skills via reading and listening challenge sections of each class.
In each lesson you can collect points from reading and listening sections. Based on these points your overall progress will be updated in the front page progress bar and saved in the app. You can retake the challenges and points for each section will be reset and taken into calculation of the overall progress updated on the front page.

If available in the current version, you can change the language you use to study from. To do that go to Settings, then choose General, then Language & Region. You can change the language un under iPhone (iPad) Language. After that move back to LTApps. Note: not all languages are supported to study from in LTApps. In that case, LTApps will select default language – English.

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No hidden in-app purchases, ads or collecting any personal info. Excellent for kids and beginners.

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