Lesson Transcript

What if you could go from "struggling to speak" to "speaking with confidence"? Reviewing is a huge part of achieving this.
In this video, you’ll learn 6 ways our language learning program helps you review.
Number One: Re-play your lessons.
If you’re using our language learning program, you can download lessons and review them at a later date. And since lessons are 3 to 15 minutes long, your preparation and review sessions won't take a lot of time. The easiest way to review is to simply replay past lessons. Of course, make sure you pay attention!
Number Two: Read the Lesson Notes.
Imagine you've finished reading a big book or watching a video course. Do you remember EVERYTHING you’ve learned? Of course not! When you get a lot of information at one time, it's normal not to be able to recall all of it immediately. But you can refresh your memory by going back to re-read, re-watch, and take notes. It takes effort!
This is why you get lesson notes with every lesson.These notes give you the lesson in writing. So, you can review the conversation, the vocabulary, grammar, and cultural points quickly.
Number Three. Listen to lines from the lesson conversation with the Dialog Tool.
The Dialog Tool is a premium feature that our users love because you get line-by-line breakdowns of conversations.
For every line of the conversation, you get audio, the transcript, and the translations.This tool helps you master entire conversations, speak faster, and improve your listening. You can listen to each line one by one, read along, and repeat out loud. Repeating out loud will help your speaking skills. And because you can listen as much as you want, you can also use this tool to work on your listening skills.
Number Four: The Vocabulary Slideshow
With this, you can review words and phrases from a specific lesson. Just press play and watch the slideshow. For each word, you'll hear the native pronunciation. You'll also get the meaning, the text, and translations right there on the screen. You can even put the slideshow on loop to review as much as you want.
Number Five: Practice your speaking skills with the Voice Recorder.
With the Voice Recorder Tool, you can record yourself and compare your speech to that of native speakers. This can help you find out where you can improve your speaking skills. It’s a great way to practice speaking and perfect your pronunciation.
Number Six: Review conversations with the Dialogue audio track.
The dialogue track gives you just the conversation. It’s purely the target language. No translations. You get it for every lesson. Listen to it again and again until you completely understand every single word.This is a great way to see how much you understand and it's a great language-immersion tactic.
In this video, we covered 6 ways that you can review what you've learned by using the tools on our site.
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