Are you bilingual? Can you carry on a conversation in another language? If so, how deep can your conversation be? How detailed? Can you talk about a variety of subjects: medicine, law, psychology, history, geography, construction, etc.? There is a broadly held misconception that any person with a good command of two or more languages can serve as an interpreter, but this would be the same as thinking anyone with two hands can play Chopin on the piano.Read Press Release
NYC based startup, Smigin, is teaching users how to speak a new language by focusing less on grammar and more on everyday conversation. Smigin makes language learning more practical by curating sections based on real-life locations and situations in which users will find themselves abroad. Today, Smigin launches their newest language learning product that is positioned to eliminate obstacles created by boring, complex, outdated learning methods.
Ninchanese is a science-based Chinese learning web app that offers learners an adorable and effective method for learning Chinese. The method harnesses the power of cognitive sciences and games to make learning Chinese simple and enjoyable. With Ninchanese, Chinese learning becomes accessible to everyone and learners quickly start speaking Chinese.Read Press Release