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

17 Aug
L-Lingo Learn Japanese Pro

Posted by L-Lingo | VocLab in Education | Aug. 17, 2014 | 7 Comments

Apk file size: 42.0 MB

You don't have to know anything about Japanese to use L-Lingo Japanese to equip yourself to converse in Japanese. In our 65 lessons, you have the option to learn in the Japanese script, or in the Latin characters familiar from Western European countries.

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 Japanese words and phrases useful on the road, when mingling with Japanese speakers, in day-to-day or family life, and when working.

- Thousands of words and sentences -all visualized with images
- Full native speaker pronunciation
- Clear and easy to understand design of the program
- Switch between Japanese Script or the more easy to read Phonetic Script

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

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

Our Japanese 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 Japanese
- Animals
- Meals and Cooking
- Asking Questions in Japanese
- 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.

http://l-lingo.com/helpdesk

Whats new

    UI optimised for smaller screens

L-Lingo | VocLab part of our Education and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Aug. 17, 2014. Google play rating is 83.2258. Current verison is 5.6.29. Actual size 42.0 MB.

Download l-lingo-learn-japanese-pro.apk 42.0 MB

7 Comments

A Google User

Good Program, But Needs More Lessons Multimedia method puts everything together. Listening, reading, kanji, romaji, sentences, and quizzing. Also download a dictionary (like Aedict) and kana quizzer. Note- If advanced and see any mistakes, contact author. Negatives- 1) It needs MORE LESSONS, as not so many words per lesson 2) Will sometimes introduce new words without defining them 3) No word search function

A Google User

Eh...Doesn't feel like a $14 app The Learning method is the best thing about this app aside from multiple romanji misspellings. Due to the misspendings this app is best for someone with a basic understanding of Japanese. They also really could have done better with the majority of the images. A guy with a ball under his shirt is "fat." And the training image is a life raft with a star wand? What The Heck? Doesn't really feel like a $14 app. You might be disappointed. BTW fire your artist!

A Google User

Good Works like rosetta stone for a fraction of the cost. There are a few misspellings, but overall this is a pretty solid app. I really like that it has a training mode. I hope more lessons will get addded.

A Google User

It's okay It's alright. Like some people have said, it doesn't feel like a $15 app. Romaji are spelled wrong, phrases they teach you don't even match in the quiz, it's a mess. This thing really needs to be updated and improved.

A Google User

Enjoying My boys and I are having fun and learning japanese with this AP when we are sitting in the car waiting at after school events. In addition, my Japanese friend who also heard this AP had nothing bad to say about it.

Erich Sachs

Good app. I wish it had phone and tablet modes in 1 purchase though Thoughts not as feature rich as PC apps like rosetta stone, it's still quite a good app for beginners, and basic practice. I see no point in the buying the same app twice. I installed the phone version on my tablet.

Sharon Smith

Too many Misspellings There are way to many misspelled words in this app. I can't believe I spent money on the full version!

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