McGraw-Hill Education’s Spanish language app ¡Así lo digo! offers a quick and easy way to learn, practice, and review all the vocabulary presented in ¡Así se dice!. You can choose to study vocabulary cards or challenge yourself with contextualized activities.
When learning Spanish vocabulary with the flashcards, you can flip the card to learn its English equivalent, listen to a native Spanish speaker pronounce the word, and even record your own voice pronouncing the word to compare it to the recorded pronunciation. You have the option to view the English word first and challenge yourself to recall the Spanish equivalent. You mark your attempts as "correct" or "incorrect" and a status bar indicates your progress.
Activities allow you to practice listening and reading comprehension. Listen to a phrase and match it to the correct answer, or read descriptions and match them to the correct illustration. Identify synonyms and antonyms, and sequence sentences correctly. Determine if a speaker’s statements are true or false, and listen for key information. Most activities have a photograph or illustration that shows a real-world application of the Spanish vocabulary words.
Since the app does not require online access, you can study any time, anywhere. Use your own devices to study at your own pace, at the times that are convenient for you.
-- flashcards with Spanish and English; choose which side you want to see first!
--recordings by native Spanish speakers for all vocabulary words
--ability to record yourself to compare your pronunciation to a native speaker
--visual and audio activities to challenge your reading and listening comprehension skills
--activities with photographs or illustrations
--built with ¡Así se dice! students in mind, but available to any Spanish language learner
--no internet connection required
--aligned to McGraw-Hill Education’s ¡Así se dice!
This app runs on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
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This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
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Number 15: Burger king foot lettuce. The last thing you'd want in your Burger King burger is someone's foot fungus. But as it turns out, that might be what you get. A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic bin of lettuce. With the statement: "This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King." Admittedly, he had shoes on. But that's even worse.
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So forth, the natural philosopher called to his grandson, Mortmier, "come forth, and grasp the cucumber vegetable on mine workbench" Young Mortimer responded to his grandfather "This better not be one of your devious schemes in order to play a practical joke on me, grandfather" the natural philosopher said to his grandson "i do not jest, Mortimer" Mortimer cautiously approached the workbench, hand out, ready to grasp the green cucumber layed out so Mortimer flipped the pickle over The pickle exclaimed so: "I have transmuted myself into a pickle Mortimer! It is I, Pickled Richard!" Mortimer, the grandson, was not so amused Pickled Richard inquired to his grandson "Are you not impressed by my talents in natural philosophy?" Mortimer, deeply disappointed in his brilliant Grandfather, responded "No" Pickled Richard ceased speaking, as he had realized, his grandson Mortimer thought of such experience to be quite colloquial, as opposed to his own feelings.
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- McGraw-Hill School Education Group
- 146.2 MB
- Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 5.1.1 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Copyright 2015 McGraw-Hill Education
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