"really convenient because it doesn't require a Wi-Fi connection, therefore I have used it on bus, car and plane journeys"
I downloaded the leVocab Spanish App on my mobile phone. It is really convenient because it doesn't require a Wi-Fi connection, therefore I have used it on bus, car and plane journeys. The app is based on learning vocabulary, and whether the word is masculine or feminine. This may sound basic, but this has helped me maintain the fundamentals of the language, which is essential. Furthermore, the app has a range of topics, which include all of the GCSE topics that I would need to learn.
If you want to practise your vocabulary in an easy and fun way then leVocab app is the app to help you do so. The user friendly layout makes it easy to navigate and I quickly whiled away my train commute testing my knowledge of genders (some topics were rustier than others.) There are three sections to the app, quizzes taken, your average score and overall points scored. You can choose from 19 topics which are then divided into sub-sections where you can pick your quiz. For example, food and drinks is split into many different categories ranging from seasonings to meat, fish and drink. When you decide on your topic there will be 10 questions asking you to give the correct gender of the word by choosing le or la. You then swipe left for the next question. What is useful is that when you have s
[ Henry, Spanish student, @Henry20023 ]