Download L-Lingo Learn Arabic Pro apk 5.6.29 free for Android smartphone

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L-Lingo Learn Arabic Pro

Posted by L-Lingo | VocLab in Education | Dec. 3, 2015 | 5 Comments

Apk file size: 41.0 MB

You don't have to know anything about the Arabic language to use L-Lingo Arabic to equip yourself to converse in Arabic.

L-Lingo is designed to be easy to use. It exploits multimedia channels - words, recordings of native speech, and pictures - to enable you to grasp Arabic words and phrases useful on the road, when mingling with Arabic speakers, in day-to-day or family life, and when working.

- Thousands of words and sentences -all visualised with images
- Grammar Notes
- Full native speaker pronunciation
- Fun Quizzes
- Clear and easy to understand design of the program

See a pineapple in a supermarket, and the correct Arabic word pops into your head! Thanks to L-Lingo, you have learned the word visually, as well as by listening and reading. Our Arabic lessons make you learn Arabic words and phrases quickly. Before you know it, you can easily utter Arabic words and Arabic sentences!

L-Lingo immerses you in the sights and sounds of the Arabic language, rather than just the written word. The multi-channel Arabic learning approach achieves results much quicker than traditional textbook approaches.

Our Arabic 65 lessons cover the following:
- Introductions & Greetings
- At Home
- At the Airport
- At the Hotel
- Colors
- Food
- At the Office
- Professions
- Numbers
- Clothes
- Telling the Time in Arabic
- Animals
- Meals and Cooking
- Asking Questions in Arabic
- Buying and Selling
- Landscapes and Nature
- Weather
- Sports
- Family and Relationships
- Countries and Continents
- Seasons
- Shopping
- Days, Weeks, Months etc.
- Quantities and Shapes
- Present, Past and Future tenses

Any problems or have feedback on how to improve the App, email us before negative comment. We will reply quickly.

Whats new

    UI optimised for smaller screens

L-Lingo | VocLab part of our Education and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Dec. 3, 2015. Google play rating is 92.963. Current verison is 5.6.29. Actual size 41.0 MB.

Download l-lingo-learn-arabic-pro.apk 41.0 MB


najla abdullah

Very good

A Google User

Useful, content not perfect Fun way to practice basic vocabulary. Doesn't replace a dictionary, textbook or real audio/video dialog samples, but I'm sure I've learned a few things by spending spare moments with this app. My biggest complaint is that a lot of the lessons are not really "arabic" culture: for example, one of the basic-food lessons features a hamburger (with bacon and cheese, definitely not halaal!) and fries. Also, the pictures and Spanish localization of text elements seem to be identical with other language-versions of the app, and to have been originally organized in a language with fewer gender-markers. There are several places (I think I saw some in lessons 31 and 32, "Ocupaciones I" and "Ocupaciones II") where the grammatical gender (in either Arabic, or Spanish, or both; it varies) of a word or phrase does not match the actual gender of a person pictured.

A Google User

Tests too easy! This app was the best I found, but it is far from the quality it should be for the price. Having said that, it is still the only app which was a realistic option for independent learning. The tests are so easy they are nearly pointless. As an example, they teach you the word for young boy & the word for ball and in the test, which is multiple choice, have only one option that has the word for boy. Of course you'll choose that one regardless of whether you know the word for ball.

Renata V N

Good Very good app. The course is simple, repetitive, but it serves as a good introduction to the arabic language. First app I ever bought! If you are looking for a more fancy pack, you should try another app.

Dmitri Gabinski

Errors, bad quality sound I've found some drawbacks of this program such as: 1. Tests in some lessons contain errors: correct answers are deemed wrong. Also, at least one test contains ambiguities and you can score 100% only by luck. 2. The sound quality is not good and sometimes is just bad. As I understand, MPEG3 is used for compression, which is quite a bad choice for speech. 3. Sometimes, vocabulary in tests is not consistent with previous lessons and / or learning material.

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