Lingvist is the fastest way to build up your vocabulary, which is one of the biggest challenges that German learners face. Lingvist is powered by adaptive artificial intelligence, which constantly measures your level and tunes the content to your needs. Complemented by in-app grammar challenges, voice input software, and listening exercises, Lingvist offers all of the benefits of a personal language tutor with the convenience and flexibility you expect of state-of-the-art technology.
There’s no need to sacrifice quality when you have a limited amount of time. Lingvist’s team of cognitive scientists, machine learning engineers, and language specialists are collaborating to redefine how we use technology to learn a language, resulting in ultra-fast vocabulary retention.
Lingvist automatically assesses your level to ensure you practice what you need when you need it. This adaptivity provides the perfect amount of challenge for every learner.
We know that learning a language is enough of a workout for the brain, so let us take care of crunching the numbers and suggesting your next steps based on your progress.
Lingvist is accessible on the web, iOS, and Android devices, allowing you to effortlessly stay on schedule and reach your goals. It even works in offline mode if you experience interruptions in service on your mobile device.
Lingvist utilizes a neural network and a vast amount of learning data to accelerate the “testing” phase, meaning you can get started at the part of the course that’s appropriate for your level right away.
Lingvist uses proven cognitive theory-inspired techniques, such as spaced repetition, that help you easily remember words you’ve learned when you need them. Long-term recall of new vocabulary is the key to speaking German more fluently.
While many German words share common roots with their English cousins, German grammar introduces many notions foreign to an English speaker. Lingvist offers grammar tips on new concepts like case and declension paired with the exercises you’re working on to keep grammar instruction relevant and interesting.
Lingvist provides plenty of opportunity to listen, not just read, reinforcing the German rules of pronunciation. Keep your headphones on to tune your ear to the sounds and intonational flow of German, then practice repeating the words as you type to get the full multi-sensory experience.
While German is a relatively phonetic language, English speakers still need help pronouncing certain new sounds, like “ß” and vowels with umlauts (ä, ö, ü). Lingvist has voice recognition technology specifically designed for learners, so you can practice new sounds and those incredibly long German words free from anxiety or embarrassment.
Your Lingvist account will keep track of what you’ve mastered, so you’ll get the content that’s appropriate to your level when you need it. Watch the number of words you can actively recall grow in personalized stats as your German level advances.
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The most important aspect of learning a language is your motivation! As long as you keep up a routine of practicing German, you will absolutely make progress. Creating a varied program for yourself is important to avoid feeling bored or burnt out, so utilize these tips and tools to maintain motivation and stay on track with your German goals.
Everyone loves instant gratification; getting that feeling of satisfaction that comes with completing challenges may soon become one of the highlights of your day. Setting and achieving attainable goals, like 20 minutes of German practice per day, have also been shown to boost your overall mood! Within a few months, you’ll be amazed at the progress you’ve made.
The best way to get comfortable with German is to try to switch your brain into “German mode” by creating an immersive German environment. Make a habit of switching on German radio while you’re making dinner, looking at German news sources side by side with the English translation, or listening to German podcasts during your commute.
Remembering why you decided to start this journey will help you establish learning habits that are sustainable. If you feel a dip in motivation, return to that initial reason to refocus your priorities. Take a break from grammar and learn something fun about German to reignite your passion, like finding out how many words there are in the German language.
While Lingvist can help supercharge your vocabulary and provide you with relevant grammar tips, use these grammar resources when you want to dive deeper into a specific concept. Luckily, working from a strong foundation of vocabulary will make it much easier to start applying these grammatical concepts and speaking fluently in record time.
|German adjective endings||German alphabet||German verb conjugation|
|German pronouns||German prepositions||German Curse Words|
Specialized decks allow you to add vocabulary from specific topics to your learning agenda. Whether you’re interested in discussing sports or want more practice with forming questions, decks keep the content interesting to you, making it easy to further customize what you want to learn.
|Football (Soccer)||Questions||German Bureaucracy|