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1. What other applications/services do you offer?Top
Please visit our corporate website for a complete list of our services and applications.
2. What languages do you offer?Top
Currently we provide language learning applications in the following languages: Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Farsi, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese, with more languages to come. Please visit our corporate website for a complete list of our services and applications.
3. When will xx language be available?Top
If there is a language that you want to learn but we do not currently offer it, please leave a comment or email and we will happily provide answers to your question.
4. Is there more advanced content available?Top
If the current available applications do not meet your needs, we recommend that you visit the language learning website and sign up. The language learning websites generally have their contents updated faster than the applications. More information about the websites is available at our corporate website
5. I don't have the time to sit down and study, is this application for me?Top
The great thing about mobile language learning apps is that you can study basically anywhere, anytime. You decide when and where you study. That being said though, really learning a language takes a lot of dedication. You'll only get out of your studies the amount of time and effort you put into them. We do our best to make the content as fun, easy, and portable as possible. The rest is up to you. Learning a language is a lot like learning a musical instrument. It's a skill that requires a lot of familiarity with the subject. You gain familiarity by regularly exposing yourself to the content and practicing it. So if you're pressed for time, it's much, much better to study a modest amount every day rather than study for hours on end just a few times a week.
6. What type of Arabic do you teach?Top
Pocket Arabic is in Egyptian and Moroccan Arabic.
7. What type of Portuguese do you teach?Top
Unless specified in the app title or description, our lessons focus on Brazilian Portuguese. While there are some differences, similar to Mexican Spanish and Spain Spanish or American English and British English, you will have no problems being understood.
8. Language Lessons: If I have basic grammar and vocabulary knowledge, which level should I get?Top
With previous knowledge of the language, Lower Beginner or Beginner level may be a better fit for you. For more details, please refer to the list below.
9. Language Lessons: What is covered in each level?Top
For more details, please refer to the following: