Use Lingophant to remember what people around you teach you in a foreign language.

  • Phrases not words.
    • It’s more natural, and you can actually say something that makes sense after a few days.
  • Authentic content.
    • Real people, recording audio clips. Create your own content or download stuff by others.
  • Practice like a pro.
    • We use cards, not time-consuming games. Check one side, see if you know the other. Next.
  • Use it with people.
    • You won’t learn a language by tapping a screen. It’s much more fun to meet people. Here’s an article we wrote that explains how.

How to rock with Lingophant

Step 1: Find a partner or a meetup.
Step 2: Decide on one / two meetings per week.
Step 3: Structure each meeting into three parts.
Step 4: Practice your phrases every morning / evening.

Let’s do some math:

If I have 30-40 phrases after each meeting, and I practice them so that they go into my long-term memory the fastest.
… then with 4-8 meetings per month.
… assuming 1,5-3 new words per phrase
… I will have learnt between 180- 960 words in one month.

Now there are studies that say that 1000 words already allow a speaker to understand 85% of a language. Specifically this one in Spanish, finds that 1000 words are enough to understand 87.8% for Oral transmission, 79,6% of a random reading of fiction novels and 76% for non-fiction reading.

But this doesn’t mean you understand a language. So let’s say you’ve used an app and worked really really hard to learn 1000 words. Sorry to say it, but this means that you will not understand even close to 50% and feel lost. Why? Well a large part of a language are actually expressions that consist of a certain phrase, which is said in a certain tone.

Lingophant allows you to learn very effectively both the most common words and have them encapsulated as real expression. Ready for your use in conversations.

Try it now in the App Store or the Play Store:

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