- افعال باقاعده و بیقاعده در انگلیسی (Regular and Irregular Verbs)
- چجوری خودمونو تو یه جمع معرفی کنیم؟
- The Simple Present Tense
1. Duolingo _ The best all-rounder
We’re sure you’ve heard of the world’s most popular language app! But did you know that 34 hours of Duolingo is equal to one university semester of language courses
One of the reasons it’s so popular is the leaderboard challenge, where you are competing against other real players. It feels just like a game – one where you unlock the levels and win virtual coins, but all the while you’re collecting new vocabulary and grammatical structures. Learning English has never been so fun – or so addictive!
2. Quiz your English The best for exam prep
If you’re preparing for an exam, Quiz your English will be your new favorite app! It’s designed by Cambridge Assessment English and there are levels that are specifically for the Cambridge B2 First and IELTS. You can expect to see the kind of vocabulary and grammar you’ll find in the real thing, and if you have a Cambridge exam coming up, playing on the app might provide some light relief after all that intense preparation. You can even play against your friends and family.
3. The British Council – The best for grammar
This is a great one for getting to grips with grammar. The Learn English British Council app has lessons and games on a variety of topics. Starting with beginner-level Imperatives, Questions, Simple Present, and Gerunds, all the way up to advanced lessons on Modal Verbs of Obligation and Necessity – there’s something for everyone. Once you’ve finished, click ’test’ to check your progress and see how much you’ve improved
4. 6,000 Words – The best for vocabulary
When it comes to expanding your vocabulary, often the simple way is the best! FunEasyLearn has created a fun app that helps you learn new words with text and pictures. The app has a whopping 6000 lexical items which are categorized into themes. They include obvious themes like Sport and Food but the sub-topics are as specific as hockey, dentistry, rocks, and internal organs so the vocabulary you’ll learn is quite advanced.
5. Beelingu – The best for reading
This story-telling app is excellent for practicing reading. It’s cleverly designed to tell a story in two different languages side by side. First, you read in English, then you can check in your own language. The karaoke-style text will help you listen and read-along at the same time. And there’s lots of interesting content to choose from including children’s classics and popular tales to articles on science and technology. Reading in English just got interesting!
6. HelloTalk – The best for speaking
Don’t have a suitable speaking partner? No problem! HelloTalk is a free app that connects you with over 15 million members. That means you’ll definitely find a native speaker to teach you English. The only catch is you have to teach them your language in return – it works like a language exchange. If you’re feeling too shy to video call, don’t panic! There’s also the option to text and voice record, alongside tools for translation and pronunciation.
7. Grammarly – The best for writing
There are lots of apps out there that will help to improve your writing. And ones like HelloTalk even connect you with a native speaker. But if you’re looking for instant corrections, Grammarly is your best bet! Not only does it check for mistakes, but it also gives an explanation of your error so you won’t make the same error again. Download the keyboard to use on your phone, and check your spelling wherever you go. Want to sound more formal? Grammarly also checks your tone, so you’ll never accidentally send an informal email again!
8. BBC Learning English – The best for everyday English
BBC Learning English definitely has a reputation for being a bit wacky, and their app for learning English is no different! Our favorite feature of this app is the mini daily lesson which only takes 3 minutes to watch. Learn new vocabulary, listen to news stories, and practice everyday English.