Read this through and start to exercise – language learning has never been this fun and easy!

You can return to these instructions anytime by clicking the question mark on the Exercise page.

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Choose your Exercise Mode

Easy Game

Use EASY GAME when you're starting to learn a whole new language.

Main Exercise

Use MAIN EXERCISE when you want to learn fast using all your senses.

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Start to Exercise

Exercising with EASY GAME mode – play, have fun and learn!

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Look at the picture
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Choose the answer from the moving bubbles
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Read, listen to and pronounce the right answer, and you’re ready to move on!
Don't forget that...

...the slider bar at the right allows you to adjust the game speed at any time. Start off slower, speed it up when you’re making progress!



Exercising with MAIN EXERCISE mode – the fastest way to permanent results!

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Look at the picture
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Type your answer here in the language you are exercising
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Click “TRY” for the right answer
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Read, listen to and pronounce the right answer, then press "Continue"
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Read, listen to and pronounce the example phrase and press “Continue” to move on to the next study item
Don't forget that...
 

...you can always use the hints if you cannot guess or remember the right word:

  • Press  to have the Description and Example translated to the source language you’ve selected.
  • Press  to listen to the answer and then try to write it.
  • This icon  gives you a hint about the study item's part of speech.
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Learn to User the Language

Every study item in the main exercise is followed by an example. By reading and listening to the example, you will learn grammatical constructions and typical phrases as well as new words and pronunciation.

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In the beginning, you can focus on learning words.
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Once the words feel familiar, start paying attention to the examples.
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With WordDive you learn a new language by using it. Relax and repeat the examples even if you don't understand everything.

When you can say ”Una taza de té, por favor” ("A cup of tea, please”) in Spanish and you know the word ”el café” (coffee), you can also say: ”Una taza de café, por favor.”

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Follow Your Progress

When you study languages on your own, it becomes increasingly important to have feedback and a way to monitor your own progress. WordDive has created a unique tool that makes it extremely easy for you to observe how you are advancing in your language studies.

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WEEK INDICATOR on the dashboard tells you how you have progressed this week and motivates you to reach your optimal exercise pace.
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OVERALL PROGRESS INDICATOR shows you how many study items you have learned and how near you are to your next goal!

Enjoy studying!