1. The app will help you learn English speaking, reading, and writing using over 400 interactive lessons and built-in 10,000-word dictionary. 2. You can practice pronunciation with daily use conversations.
Most English language learning apps offer users an English interface. Sometimes, especially when you want to learn more complex grammar rules, this may be too difficult, even for intermediate learners.
The best solution would be an app that helps learn English with your mother tongue as an interface language.
You can find such an app in the App Store. It’s called Hello English, and it’s available in 23 languages, including Hindi, Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Turkish, and Indonesian.
The app will help you learn English speaking, reading, and writing using over 400 interactive lessons and built-in 10,000-word dictionary. You can practice pronunciation with daily use conversations. And, finally, you can chat with teachers about English grammar and translations.
An interesting thing to note is that the app lets you choose from several upgrade methods. You don’t have to buy a subscription if you don’t want to. You can go for credits or tickets, instead.
Benefits: Learn English with confidence from your language. Compatibility: iPad, iPhone. Price: Free; pre-paid subscriptions from $3.99 (weekly), credits from $0.99, tickets from $1.99.
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