Writing Letters

Many English learners are familiar with writing essays for school or casual messages with friends. An often overlooked writing style is letters! Depending on the situation or need, a letter’s tone or vocabulary can be very different–formal, thankful, questioning, entreating, urgent, and so on. How can you write a letter to someone effectively to express the appropriate tone and get your point across? Here’s an interesting Android app English Letter Writing that can help you with that. As their page says, “English Letter & Application Writing Offline is completely free and offline English letters writing book with over 2000+ letters & applications for students in multiple categories.”

Recommended for intermediate to advanced learners (Levels 300 to EAP/800 and business students).


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Postcards Going Digital

Students studying abroad are focused on the new culture and schoolwork, but it’s also important to keep in touch with family and friends. Sure, there’s the usual way of emails, phone calls, videos, and messaging. But there’s another interesting way that people might not think of first–postcards. Especially with all the easy digital ways of communication, postcards are often overlooked. However, they have a charm to them–they capture the spirit of travel, exploration, and new experiences. Now, there’s a way to send postcards easily and digitally with the app TouchNote. This is done in 3 simple steps:

  1. Choose a photo
  2. Add a message and address
  3. They print and mail it anywhere in the world

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Especially language learners, try sending a postcard in English. Share new things you learned. It’s a great way to combine English practice and fun!


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Vocabulary Builder

One of the first steps to fluency is learning more vocabulary. Try the Vocabulary Builder app to learn new words. The app has great support: audio pronunciation, definitions, different levels, progress tracking, and more. Recommended for all learners (Levels 100+).

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Hello! Talk English

Get in the extra practice now, and conversations with other English speakers will get easier daily!

Talking with other people is a great way to practice speaking. But sometimes, you are studying and practicing English by yourself. Even then, you can still practice speaking with Hello! Talk English App.

 

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7 Little Words App

Do you enjoy puzzles, word games, and anagrams? If so, check out the free 7 Little Words game app:

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For Android install, click here

For iOS install, click here

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Guess Up App

Do you have enough English knowledge to solve puzzles? Challenge yourself with the Guess Up game app! Recommended for beginner learners (Levels 100-200).

For Android install, click here
For iOS install, click here

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English with Lingualeo

Studying with apps are convenient and can help you study anytime and anywhere. Lingualeo is a grammar app that offers a lot of support:

Regardless of their current level of English, users will find useful exercises and materials in the app:

  • over 200 TED lectures with interactive subtitles
  • 7 trainings in game format for expanding vocabulary
  • 23 English grammar courses
  • over 100,000 texts, articles and excerpts
  • over 50 word kits with pictures, transcriptions and sound recordings
  • ability to practice without an internet connection
  • automatically synced with LinguaLeo.com

Try it out for Android or iOS (iPhone/iPad). Recommended for all learners.

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Verbs and Conjugations with LearnBots

Are verbs and conjugations difficult for you? Try out LearnBots’ verb app for iPhone or iPad users. It has a lot of exercises and support features like animation, native speaker audio, pictures, and list organization. Recommended for all learners.

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Singular and Plural Words

Peach/Peaches. Book/Books. These are spelling examples of one (singular) or many things (plural). Review more words with Singular and Plural Match game app. It makes English bright, colorful, and fun! The game is available on iOS. Recommended for beginner learners (Levels 100-200).

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