Hello-Hello’s Basic courses will help users to learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, English, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese, Russian and Indonesian with more then 1,000 words and phrases.
The 11 new language courses are: Basic Spanish Tablet), Basic French (Tablet), Basic German (Tablet), Basic Italian (Tablet), Basic Portuguese (Tablet), Basic English (Tablet), Basic Chinese (Tablet), Basic Japanese (Tablet), Basic Indonesian (Tablet), Basic Dutch (Tablet) and Basic Russian (Tablet).
Hello-Hello’s Basic courses feature more than 1,000 commonly used words and phrases for day-to-day formal and informal communication. Each word in the app is clearly defined with native speaker recorded audio and supporting image. The app features, 7 different modules for learning 4 of which designed specifically to practice listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. The learning process is enhanced with the use of word games, self-voice recording and spelling check.
Sarah Gontijo, Hello-Hello’s Founder & CEO said: “We are happy to extend our product line and bring our Basic courses to Android Tablet users. Vocabulary building is an integral part of the process of gaining fluency in a given language. Our methodology was designed to make it a fun and interactive learning experience. I am confident that our apps are by far the best vocabulary building tool available not only on iTunes store but now also in the Android Market”.
Hello-Hello also offers a variety of language courses for the iPad, iPhone and Android devices.
Conversational Course: It is a full-fledged language course with 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards to practice vocabulary. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.
Kids App: Hello-Hello Kids version 1.0 allows children to learn new languages while solidifying their initial mathematical base (i.e., strengthening the knowledge of the number system from 1 to 20). The application offers an engaging playful self-teaching platform with an animation-enriched interface, which combines visual and audio clues for learning numbers with beautiful sound effects.
Love App: with Hello-Hello Love users can find and learn the perfect phrases and send beautiful and fully customizable greeting cards. Hello-Hello Love offers a variety of phrases in different categories that will suit your needs. Whether you are completely in love, still looking for someone, need to tell your friends how special they are, want to invite that beautiful guy/girl out need to be forgiven or is not interested. You can then share your thoughts by E:ing greeting cards where you can select the background, customize the text font, write your own message or choose from our library.
Also, visit the Hello-Hello.com website to find native speakers and make friends around the world!
Hello-Hello.com is a revolutionary interactive online language course with a community of like-minded individuals that help each other in the learning process. And all for FREE!
With Hello-Hello.com you can:
LEARN a new language anytime, anywhere with online lessons that develop all the skills you need.
TEACH other members your language and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review as well as providing feedback on their exercises.
COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text with our live Chat to practice the language and make friends all over the world!
Hello-Hello (hello-hello.com) is an innovative language learning company that offers state-of-the-art online and mobile courses. Hello-Hello's website couples social networking with language learning which allows users to interact with native speakers around the world. Hello-Hello's iPad apps are among the top language learning apps on the iPad. Our conversational courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000.