Did I just see a One-Eyed Monster?
After some experiments done by our little witch Brujis, while she was playing around int the castle, Barry was created, a curious one eye monster who is eager to show us around the castle. Find him hidden around words and catch him as the runs.
Let him teach you some experiments in which he will show you how to write correctly words in Spanish.
In the first experiment, you will need to see through a special “sound” microscope to find the exact place where a syllable sounds stronger in each word. This experiment will help us out with the others, so pay attention.
Enter the laboratory, where floating words have to be contained and dragged to the correct beakers to win the prize flasks. Barry has made it clear to win all the prize flasks, you must follow the rules. He has written down all the rules needed to complete each experiment and hidden some friends in each rule to help you out and give you hints.
Read each rule and look for Barry’s friends, complete each new experiment and soon you will have mastered accentuation in Spanish, something essential to the correct spelling of Spanish Words, and easy to learn a skill if you know the rules to follow.
The follow-up for the “Lee Paso a Paso” series is finally here. With “Ortografía Paso a Paso” learn through interactive games the basic rules for the accentuation of the Spanish language.
Learn and practice the following concepts:
· Identifying the sílaba tónica
· Words classified as Agudas
· Words classified as Graves or Llanas
· Words classified as Esdrújulas
· Words classified as Sobreesdrújulas
· Accentuation of Agudas, Graves, Esdrújulas, and Sobreesdrújulas words.
Forgot or never learned spelling rules for Spanish, it is never too late to start, and what better way than with a game.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I wish I understood
The app looks well made for kids, but unfortunately there's no English translations ...
Obviously for Spanish speakers
I should have known all those 5 star reviews from 2 years ago were fake when I didn’t see any current ones. This app is clearly not for learners. Without some means of English translation of instructions and words this app is totally useless to anyone but the advanced student or native speaker. Information on level appropriateness should be part of the description. Even though I only looked at free version; it was a waste of time downloading, reviewing, and deleting.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback.
All our apps have a settings button to show Spanish and English, but if you talked about the spelling rules specifically, we never believed that displaying them in English would be helpful, because spelling in Spanish is for people that actually can read and write in Spanish, but it sounds like a good idea to consider.
Maybe the confusion is the word spelling because in English it is another concept (in Spanish it means "deletreo") but we could not find a better phrase to refer to "Reglas de Ortografía" (Spelling Rules).
Still after reading description in English I have expected to see also English interface. Hopefully in next version:)
- Norberto Benavides
- 73.1 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © BQWare
- In-App Purchases
- Full Version $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.