Download LP German apk 1.4 free for Android smartphone

11 Sep
LP German

Posted by David Arthur in Education | Sept. 11, 2015 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 418.0 KB

Liberation Philology German helps you improve your knowledge of the German language through practice-driven memorisation.

Whenever you have your phone and a free moment, it offers a continuous multiple-choice test on German vocabulary, nouns, and verbs. Each answer you give is immediately confirmed or corrected, and your knowledge is reinforced by repetition.

• Vocabulary: 500 levels, each testing the translation of 10 words between German and English. Interspersed among these are cumulative levels reviewing what has been learned earlier (giving a total of 563 levels).

• Nouns: Test your ability to parse and decline a representative selection of German nouns.

• Verbs: Tests your ability to parse and to conjugate regular and irregular German verbs.

A further Reference module allows you to review the vocabulary word-list, and the noun and verb paradigms.

Whats new

    • A new module test your ability to parse and decline a representative selection of German nouns.
    • A new setting makes the interface more accessible to users with red-green colourblindness.

David Arthur part of our Education and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Sept. 11, 2015. Google play rating is 86.6667. Current verison is 1.4. Actual size 418.0 KB.

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Robert Swanson

Very good idea but it needs a clearer structure. The repetition quiz format for vocabulary is a great idea and very effective but there are 500 lessons with no progress chart to help remember what you have learned etc. The verb trainer could be simplified. I use another verb app which just has 3 groups of different conjugation for each verb which you can choose individually to break things down - for example (1) Present, Future, Perfect, (2) Imperfect, Conditional. I find here there are too many level options and after learning German for over 10 years knowing if a verb is strong, weak or auxiliary doesn't really help in learning.

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