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The Hong Kong may be closed for the foreseeable future but that doesn’t mean karaoke can’t continue on. In fact, while in quarantine, karaoke is an outstanding use of your time. It’s even better, though, when you’re using it to learn something new. It may not be “Toxic” but Beelinguapp Language Learning App takes an innovative, audio-based approach to language education that will have you speaking a new tongue in no time.
Research shows that listening has the potential to increase reading comprehension skills and understanding new languages. Beelinguapp taps into this research by empowering you to learn a new language by listening and reading. With its unique karaoke reading, you see the same text in two languages and follow the audio in the text on both sides. As you listen to a native speaker read the texts, your brain forms connections that help you understand the language. The texts cover fairy tales, news, science papers, novels, and more, ensuring your interest is always piqued.
Beelinguapp’s unique approach has earned it an Android Excellence award from the Google Play Store and 4.6/5 stars on the App Store. You can choose to learn any of 14 languages, including Spanish, German, French, Korean, Chinese, and more.
Right now, a lifetime subscription to Beelinguapp is available for 60% off at just $39.99.