Love Lingvist? Let Lingvists know!
Alex 5 last edited by Alex 5
I like Lingvist better than any other app of the kind I've tried so far. I like providing words in the context of sentences. Repeating same words in different sentences (actively "under learning" vs "aside in the sentence") is good.
What I do miss is a way to change learning settings, e.g. to "stress more on repeating already 'learned' words and less on new ones" or vice versa.
mhtennant last edited by
I keep coming back to LIngvist because I feel that I make more progress than with Duolingo, which often baffles me. I like the sentences, the clear pronunciation, and the usefulness of the sentences. I find some of the bells and whistles of the game-approaches distracting and irrelevant; LIngvist offers more clarity and simplicity. Finally, I like the grammar explanations and verb conjugations, which you can use or not, depending on your own needs.
This is my favorite app for learning vocabulary. Thanks so much for developing it, and I hope you have great success with it!
I love Lingvist! I think it is an excellent complement to other learning systems as it is really focused on expanding vocabulary, which is exactly what I was looking for when I found it.
Timothy Brown last edited by
Love your app. It's very well built and quite useful at supercharging the languages I am learning. Keep up the excellent work.
dev_temp last edited by
@Pierre-Warnier there is a way to suggest a new language in the corresponding topic. Though, I haven't seen Dutch to be mentioned anywhere in publicly available road maps, so I wouldn't hold my breath for it.
Pierre Warnier last edited by Pierre Warnier
Hi! Great website and way to use modern technologies to teach languages! I would really like the ability to suggest new languages that you haven't thought of though. I'm moving to Belgium and would love to learn Dutch this way instead of the traditional route.
Helen Myers last edited by
I only discovered Lingvist yesterday, and I am going to thoroughly recommend it to teacher colleagues and older students. I have written a blogpost here, enthusing about the ease of use, relevant langauge for the real world, accuracy, individualised approach, and sound pedagogy, Well done to the Lingvist Team and your clever founder, Mait Müntel! Here's a link to my eulogy! http://helenmyers.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/this-afternoon-i-was-passed-article-in.html [Apologies for the long link.. I forgot to write a title before publishing it]
blubblefighter last edited by
After one long year of hard work with no success of learning Spanish at my university I joined Lingvist and immediately improved my grades while attending less classes than ever before. You are the best. Keep up the good work!
Lucas Stamper last edited by Lucas Stamper
There is something I really appreciate about a service: the way it cares about the design; Lingvist certainly meets the criteria.
I have just started using this service, but it looks really good. I wish there was a feature which is really crucial and would be very distinguishing from the other services:
Short movie clips with subtitles in the target language; thus one can learn far better because when we associate a word with something, the memory of such word becomes more enduring; one is able to understand the pronunciation better and also very importantly, it's good for entertainment.
For example, we can learn English by a 30-second movie clip with English subtitles of a Star Wars movie.
You guys would certainly stand out!
danny last edited by
what i like most is that the "sentence" (= A grammatical unit that is syntactically independent and has a subject that is expressed or, as in imperative sentences, understood and a predicate that contains at least one finite verb.) you give are in my mind already. they are already part of my discussions. So i have incentive.
antonywu2012 last edited by
I have completed the learing of 5051 words (English) by Linvist. Can I continue to learn from the begining? The Lingvist system forbid me to do that.
Lawyer Rahma Mohamed last edited by
It. Is. Very. Good
teresa1990w last edited by
I don't seem to make much progress. It seems to be all about memorising sentences with no context. I wish it was possible to go back to the beginning so I could revise some of the words without having more added all the time. I'm getting totally frustrated. It's also quite boring - the same thing over and over again.
dev_temp last edited by
@teresa1990w is there anything specific you don't like about Lingvist or it's totally emotional for you?
teresa1990w last edited by
Don't like it at all I'm afraid.
Melvin Prado last edited by
I love the way how Lingvist teaches us languages. It's method is so unique, and focuses not only on the meanings of each words but also how to use them. Lingvist has been my partner in learning French and from it, I learned so much essential vocabulary. The only bad-side I can think of is that it only offers four languages for English speakers; hopefully they add more soon. Thank you Lingvist, and to the magnificent team that made this website possible. You rock!
v0ult last edited by
lingvist is very cool project. I can read some articles and watch a movie in the original voice acting with subtitles (for now). Recently I wacthed "Watchmen" in the original voice acting. It's was excellent! And I can watch the series as "The walking dead" in the original.
Lingvist excellent copes with the main thing for me. (reading and listening)
But for now I can't correctly write on English without google Translate. And I can't speak English. I think if I read more and watch then I will.
Thank YOU lingvist!
intent last edited by
I think the best thing about Linvgvist is that it helps you to focus, and it is so empowering to see how many words have you learned exactly.
ThePikmania last edited by
Yes Lingvist is great.
I tried Duolingo, Babbel, and Memrise but Lingvist is my absolute favourite for learning Spanish at the moment because it is simplistic, the vocabulary tab is encouraging and I really love the spanish voices that dub the sentence.
I am a bit jealous however that the English-French course has more features like a literature tab. I hope you add one for your English-Spanish course in the future.
I only use the desktop version because I hate typing on my phone.
Keep up the good work! I'm at 500 palabras and still motivated.