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Old 02.06.2015, 10:44
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I've just found this website, it's free and very helpful for beginners. I just thought I'd share
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Re: Memrise

I just started using the Memrise app, It's quite good as Doulingo
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Old 02.06.2015, 13:08
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Re: Memrise

I've got the Michel Thomas CD sets, I've started using these together and it's surprising how they compliment each other.

As I've got young children it can be hard to listen to the CDs at times, whereas I can sit with them and use the laptop with memrise without too many interruptions.

I also like it because it's not too long on each level and you can revise what you have done as it's personnalised.
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I've been building a German course with words ordered by frequency (according to Gutenberg) with audio, but it's not released. If anyone wants to test it, I have words 1-1000 done, so send me a PM and I'll try to give access to it.
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I've been building a German course with words ordered by frequency (according to Gutenberg) with audio, but it's not released. If anyone wants to test it, I have words 1-1000 done, so send me a PM and I'll try to give access to it.


It's really helpful, thankyou
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Memrise is pretty cool. Try also slowgerman.de its website and the author also has podcast, very helpful. Also for free
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