If you are trying to learn Spanish or perhaps you just want to brush up on your existing skills, here's a tool that can help you out. The 10 words a Day app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and is a brand-new release that is filled with 4,300 commonly used Spanish words. While you may have been putting off learning another language thinking the task is too great, this app goes about proving that theory wrong but offering a less intimidating approach to learning.
Becoming a pro at Spanish doesn't have to be a huge undertaking; instead, it can be made smooth and simple with the 10 words a Day app. This app features 4,300 words that are commonly used, and what's great is that these words are offered for free. This is a brand-new release and will have you being able to converse and even read Spanish in just six months. The words are all given to you in the form of flash cards. On each flash card is the English word and then it's up to you to find the translation for the word in Spanish.
Because this is a new release there is no customer rating, customer comments, or updates at this time. There is an in-app purchase of $1.99 which will remove the ads, the rest of the content is provided for free.
Match the English word with the Spanish one
The Learning Experience
As for the learning experience with the 10 words a Day app you can expect one that is very smooth and simple. If you are able to even learn half the words through the app you'll find that will be enough to read such things as a Spanish newspaper. The learning sessions are quick ones so that you can easily fit it into your day. They are less than five minutes in length which means you can quickly take them whenever you want. You'll be given a daily reminder so that you don't forget your lesson and there is also an hourly reminder. Each time you reach 50 words that you have learned you'll be given an exam to reinforce the process. Proper pronunciation is provided for the words as well so you aren’t left guessing.
The app moves at a slow pace and this is done on purpose so that you can fully absorb the material without any problems. There is also a progress summary that you can check out which will paint a clear picture of how much you've learned.