Crazy part? You have 5 minutes every day. Crazy sounds crazy but works like charm! 🙂
Ingredients of this secret sauce:
100% illustrated: Images carry direct meaning – you don’t have to use your own mother tongue! No intermediaries. Faster, more effective and of course more fun! 🙂
Min 5 minute session: Limiting practice time may seem crazy but it makes it incredibly addictive – which is a great thing to learn. The barrier to entry is close to zero so you have no excuse: you will have 5 minutes on the busiest day!
Ort Effortless Game: We know why games are fun and addictive and exhaust the main ingredient in drops. The result is a truly immersive experience but you don’t waste your time going to play because you create a valuable knowledge.
Cookie: Keyboard typing is painfully slow. Quick swipe and tap Welcome! Trust us, you will need those extra seconds during a quick learning session
Vocabulary only: Practical words with zero grammar, just handpicked. This is our focus and we do it extremely well. The app teaches Korean the “alphabet” hangul (hangul)!
– A habit very good: drops want to make you addicted to language learning. Efficacy is nothing but a well-established practice. We help you create one!
We are extremely proud of our pronounced vocal talents!
The drops are free for casual students: more than 1700 words on 99 subjects are available to everyone. Hard language learners can subscribe to Premium for fast progress with unlimited learning time. Subscriptions start at 2.99 / month
Goal Our goal is to empower the people of the world through language knowledge by providing a special tool that uses the universal language we all speak.
PS: Be careful, this application can make you addicted to language learning.
Drops If you like drops as much as we enjoy its building, please give us a review! 🙂
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We recently partnered with the UN-declared 2012 International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL 2019) and added Japan’s Indigenous Language Act.