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Conquer the world of words with newly launched range of iPad apps by Hello-Hello

Hello-Hello has launched 10 language learning apps for Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch

January 3, 2011 (Washington, DC). –: Hello-Hello, a pioneer company in innovative mobile language learning courses, has released 10 new language learning apps for the iPad, which are Basic Chinese, Basic English, Basic French, Basic German, Basic Indonesian, Basic Italian, Basic Japanese, Basic Portuguese, Basic Spanish and Basic Dutch. The apps contain more than 1,000 words and phrases, which are most likely been used in day-to-day communications in airports, hotels, restaurants, department stores, railway stations and other places.

kids app for ipadThe ‘Basic’ apps offer great way to build vocabulary in Chinese, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Dutch and Spanish languages. An integrated amalgam of excellent graphics, well-defined word categories and clear audible audio files, further help the application to increase the user engagement time and reduces the word searching duration.

These features help the apps to become a good traveling companion in a foreign land as well as a first-class learning and teaching platform for vocabulary building. Due to its easy and fast access to words and phrases Hence Basic apps are equally a great travel companion in a foreign land as well as a great pal to enhance vocabulary in foreign languages.

Learn English Ipad AppThe Basic also includes three modules for learning new words, which are Practice Reading Skills, Practice Speaking Skills and Practice Writing Skills.  So the learning process can be further enhanced with word games, self voice recording and picture matching.

Hello-Hello also has a series of ‘Conversational’ apps that incorporates a full language course with 30 conversational lessons and hundreds of flashcards to practice vocabulary. The courses were developed in collaboration with The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), which is the largest association of teachers and administrators of all languages at all levels, serving more than 12,000 educators.

All the apps by Hello-Hello are found in the following link: http://itunes.apple.com/in/artist/hello-hello/id371655433.

Hello-Hello’s language learning website (www.hello-hello.com) offers language courses combined with social networking where members can:

LEARNa new language with complete online courses that develop all the skills they need.

TEACH other members their language by providing feedback on their exercises and learn from native speakers by submitting exercises for them to review.

COMMUNICATE with native speakers through audio, video and text Chat to practice the language and make friends all over the world!

The website was launched in August 2009 and today has a worldwide membership base that spans more than 70 countries

About Hello-Hello

Hello-Hello is an innovative language-learning company that offers state-of-the-art online and mobile courses. Hello-Hello’s website couples social networking with language learning which allows users to interact with native speakers around the world. Hello-Hello’s iPad apps are among the top language learning apps on the iPad.

Bhaskar Choudhury
Media Relations

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