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I really like this app. It teaches a few words each day including days of the week and months. You don’t have to cram millions of new words into your head because it only teaches a few words each day. It makes learning really easy and fun. It’s interface is very simple which makes it really easy to navigate through the app. I would recommend this app to anyone who is hoping to learn Japanese. - Sincerely, an app user
I am using the free version of Daily Dose. This is my first day and I am an absolute beginner. The page had a word of the day, (the Japanese word for google), sample sentences, and the date. It was clearly presented with audio buttons at each word in the date and the word of the day. Very good (though starting with “google” seemed odd). I then clicked on both the audio lesson and video lesson. Mind you, at this time I have been presented with “January”, “second”, “Wednesday”, and “google”. Those are the four new words. I am a beginner with 4 words. Both the video and audio were WAY WAY beyond my level, including one lesson on the imperative forms of speech (grammar). I cannot say enough how beyond my skill they were. And the video lesson (a photo with romanji words/sentences below it and a woman saying them) didn’t give any translation, though it had full sentences. I have NO idea what they were trying to teach me. And I don’t think they ever used “google”. The app needs to be more uniform. If you have someone who is a beginner, then the first audio lesson needs to be something very beginner, like the greetings or numbers—very basic. I couldn’t see where I could adjust the lesson level. It seems like it could be a great app, but it needs to be actual, sequential teaching and not just “access to whatever we posted to the web today”.
It’s short and sweet to the point. I use whenever I take a break for 15 minutes from whatever I am doing to review one lesson a day. You learn 5 new words, grammar and how to converse using those words. By doing this lesson daily you can learn ~ 1000 words in a year which is equivalent to learning ~ 75% of oral vocabulary!
It took me years of a free account before I succumbed and subscribed to the full Innovative app in the language I am studying. I am sorry I didn’t do it sooner. Meantime, the Daily Dose by itself provides a generous and unreserved sampler of the full app and will be genuinely helpful, although in a somewhat random way, for learners in their chosen language.
A daily dose is about right. A new word every day complete with several uses in sentences both as audio and kanji-laden form. There's a video lesson and an audio lesson. This review was made with my Premium account logged in. Although this app requires a Japanesepod101 account, you can sign up for a free account on their website.
Developed by Innovative Language Learning USA LLC.
Daily Dose of Language is ranking in Education & Travel
Last update was at Mar 16, 2017and the current version is 1.5.1.
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