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The applications Learn Languages with Memrise was published
in the category Education on 2013-05-20 and
was developed by Memrise.
The file size is 142.70 MB.
The current version is 2.4.3 and works well on
11.0 and high ios versions.
Bug fixes? Sure, there you go!
App improvements? Voilà, don’t mention it!
Cheeseburger with a side of fries? Err…
Latest several versions retain a bug that cuts of final letters in review mode - making the app functionally unusable until this is fixed. Have reported, but several updates released since that perpetuate this bug.
Очень удобно и полезно !
This is extremely useful English vocab .Tnx 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Am enjoying this app, probably Going to buy in, just a trial now and have learned six words already. Thanks 👍🏽
This is a great app. I just wish they would add more stuff to the Arabic language. Specifically, the learning with the locals part.
Very helpful and makes me motivated to keep going. It doesn’t put you down for not remembering words it just goes over it again. Love the way it keeps my attention, I have a very short attention span. 💜💜
Memrise is a very attractive app, initially. The little alien that is with you the first couple parts of section 1 is adorable and interesting as you watch it evolve. Before you even finish part 1 say au revoir to it because that little dude will never be seen again; whereas, Duolingo’s bird is around forever giving basic encouragement. It’s not a huge thing but a good example of everything else that is wrong with this app. Memrise just always seems to fall short of Duolingo (the other app I use) in every conceivable way. Some background on me to help set the stage of why I reached this decision. Firstly, I was using Memrise to learn French. Secondly, I purchased the year long plan because I was serious about learning the language and wanted unlimited access. Thirdly, I went as far as French 4 and used Memrise daily for over 6 months. Right away I noticed something strange with the set up of the app. Having learned Arabic in college years ago, I realized Memrise is all over the place. They have structured each lesson/chapter without any real thought to flow. Additionally, instead of learning small bits of words and then tinkering with sentence structure and slowly adding new words over time, they just shotgun blast as much as they can at you. Instead of being responsible for a few new words learned here and there, you end up diving in very fast with zero reinforcement — a terrible way to truly learn language. To be fair, Duolingo is not great at easing new learners in to verb conjugation either — probably the MOST important thing you’ll ever learn in any language, but they do get the basic point across and then give you the option to repeat the lesson multiple times (ranking up to level 5 at max rank). This is dynamic, addicting to completionists, and forces you to both speak and type out the sentence structure in multiple ways. Memrise, however, covers ALL of verb conjugation in one small lesson and then never goes over all it intricacies ever again, including past tense, past imperfect, future tense, etc. You will just randomly see new verbs pop up in complex lessons in French 2, 3, and 4...which is where my frustration grew so large that I tried Duolingo and realized what a good app could really do. Memrise does have a few things going for it, like getting to see and hear native speakers of the language saying sentences and common greetings. Unfortunately, the amount natives speak is rather small comparatively and the various regional accents included are enough to throw a newer speaker for a loop when trying to learn proper pronunciation. Even worse, there were several times when the video of the person speaking remained black — unseen — and I was forced to click the next button without watching anything. Speaking only for the French course, there is a large disparity between the male and female instructors that teach you — leading to even more confusion about pronunciation. Which leads me to my main issue, comparing Memrise to Duolingo...let’s go over the differences so you can see what I’m talking about. Now, there might be better apps besides these two but I’ve settled on Duolingo as my preferred app after 8 months of using both and I want to show how far short Memrise falls so you don’t waste money or time on an inferior app. 1. Progression Memrise has poor flow with an emphasis on word acquisition but not on retention or understanding Duolingo focuses on repetition and variance for superior retention and understanding but is slower on increasing vocabulary 2. Flow Memrise jumbles words together to make strange thematic themes such as: “Where in the Universe,” “Meet my Crew,” and my personal favorite “Retail Therapy” (which includes words that you would NOT assume go there) that hurt both understanding and long term retention Duolingo keeps a tight focus on themes. Lessons are group by such easy to understand themes as: nouns, pronouns, verbs, animals, places, etc 3. Style Memrise has a huge advantage here with its fun ground-to-space theme as you slowly work your way up the lessons and end in outer space, with stars surrounding you. However, it wastes this by only giving a small glimpse of the earth followed by more than 90% space as you scroll up. No mountains, birds, trees, funny critters, or interesting views to tie back into the chapters. Duolingo has a simplistic interface with a white background and circles containing each lesson, which flow downward as you scroll. Ranking up each lesson goes from blue, green, red, orange, and finally gold for level 5. It’s an easy way to see which lessons you can rank up even more or lack the most practice in. 4. Retention & Acquisition Memrise covers new words quickly, once, and usually within long overly complex sentences. There is no repetition built into the program and no incentive in style or “achievements” to keep you from just continually moving through new lessons. Duolingo introduces at most, 5-7 new words per lesson...usually much less than that. Lessons are longer, more varied, and force you to speak and write multiple times to pass each lesson. Furthermore, as you increase rank they purposefully get trickier without adding new words, which really helps learn how a word is most accurately used in speech and in print. 5. Cost Memrise is $60 for a year Duolingo is $60 for a year...no difference there Final words: I give Memrise a 2/5 based on what I would expect from a great app for the cost. Compared to Duolingo, it simply doesn’t stand up. Now, even Duolingo doesn’t deserve a 5/5. I would give that program a 4.2/5, since there are many small mistakes that could use work...but it is the superior program and actively getting better. To the Designers of Memrise —> Ways to improve: fix the problems listed above and put a genuine emphasis on quality native speakers inside your lessons and you will outshine all the competition out there. Until then, Bonne Chance!
Please add kurdish language
Why this app each day is more terrible than yesterday I prefer to use two years ago version of this app but I can’t find it I’m using this app for three year and it seems that there are someone in this company that want to collapse this firm it’s shameful that after each update this app is more shameful than prior.