Learn Persian For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Education

Price: Free

Rating: 4.56271 stars based on 590 reviews

Learn Persian: Language Course

Learn Persian Chromebook App Download

Download Learn Persian For Chromebook

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2016-02-08
  • Current Version: 7.1.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 87.09 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • Developer: ATi Studios

How To Download Learn Persian: Language Course On Chromebook

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Learn Persian with free lessons daily. Let Mondly teach you the Persian language quickly and effectively. In just minutes you’ll start memorizing core Persian words, form sentences, learn to speak Persian phrases and take part in conversations. Fun Persian lessons improve your vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation like no other language learning method. Beginner or advanced learner, traveler or business professional with a tight schedule? The app works great and dynamically adjusts to your needs. Explore language exercises for reading, listening, writing and speaking enhanced with a dictionary, verb conjugator and state-of-the-art speech recognition technology - you’ll feel like having your own Persian language tutor in your pocket. ▶ The secret path to language learning Remember the Persian language classes in school? You started with hundreds of basic words and expressions, continued with tons of Persian grammar lessons and at the end of a full semester’s language course you could barely translate a sentence or say “Hello!” to a foreigner. That’s the traditional way to learn a language. Mondly has a different approach, that’s opposite to the average language course. Here are the key features that make Mondly a great tutor for you: • Crystal-clear audio and professional voice actors. Learn the right Persian pronunciation from conversations between native speakers. • Useful phrases for real situations. Memorizing hundreds of isolated words is not the way to go when it comes to learning Persian. Mondly teaches you Persian vocabulary by offering you core words and phrases. The app breaks the learning process down into short lessons and puts them into themed packs. • Learn conversational Persian. Conversation is the main reason to take this free course. It will help you build a core Persian vocabulary with widely-used nouns and verbs, and speak Persian clearly. • Verb conjugations. If you want to learn more during this course, just tap the Persian verbs and get the full conjugation on the screen, including the translation. It’s faster and better than a dictionary. • Advanced Statistics. The App uses intelligent reporting, so you can always follow your progress. Build your vocabulary step by step and become better daily. • The Leaderboard. See how your friends are doing and compete with people from all over the world to become the best learner in the Mondly community family. Take the Weekly Quiz to become even better. Before you know it, at the end of these Persian lessons, you will master the most useful 5000 words and phrases and you will be on the fast lane to learning a new language. PLEASE NOTE You will need a subscription in order to get access to all of this app’s courses and features. Subscription options: - One-monthly subscription for $US9.99 (or the equivalent in local currency), automatically renewed until canceled. - One-yearly subscription for $US47.99 (or the equivalent in local currency), automatically renewed until canceled. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current payment period. Your iTunes account will be automatically charged at the same price for renewal within the 24-hour period prior to the end of the current payment period unless you change your subscription preferences in your Account Settings. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period. Privacy Policy: www.mondly.com/privacy Terms: www.mondly.com/terms We welcome your feedback and suggestions at: ios[at]mondly[dot]com



  • NO Audio

    By novoeiro
    NO Audio
  • Sound is not working

    By Mata124
    The sound is not working. I see reviews from a year ago saying that the sound for word pronunciation was not working and it is still not fixed. Very disappointed because it looks like this app has good potential if the sound would actually work.
  • I love it

    By faere123
    I wish there were a way to save certain sayings that’s my only thing I would add
  • No voice

    By uhimatus
    I can’t hear the audio in the lessons , why is that ?
  • Easy to learn

    By Presleylover
    Easy to use and learn
  • Leson1

    By Hasan soghandi
  • Great but audio doesn’t work well

    By HawaiianFire808
    Please, fix the app so the audio pronunciation is audible.
  • Great App For Beginners!

    By WorldTravelFun
    I recently started using Mondly and I'm really enjoying it. I've been using Duolingo for almost a year. While I really like Duolingo for the competition aspect, I don't feel like you learn much, and I have been REALLY using it. I am in the top 1% worldwide for Duolingo XP points this year! So, I started to explore other apps. Here's what I've found. First, I saw a language professor on YouTube say they recommend having more than just one way to learn a language. Have one main learning tool, like classroom study or a robust learning app, then have several support tools, like flash cards, study books, listen to music and podcasts in your target language, and watch TV and movies in your target language. So, my 2 main learning tools are now Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone. I think those might be the 2 best tools for REALLY learning a language out there. Both have been around forever and a proven. I am using both and I think Pimsleur is the BEST. I think Rosetta Stone is good, but very outdated and their app is awful. Pimsleur is easy to use, Rosetta Stone is VERY inconvenient, but has decent content for learning. I've heard Babbel and Busuu are good too, but they don't have the language I am trying to learn. So I haven't used them yet. So, in addition to Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone I have looked for other tools. > Mondly: I think Mondly is GREAT. I don't see it as a great comprehensive tool to learn a language, but it is a GREAT practice tool with a great app that is very easy to use and they have a LOT of tools for learning. Their daily lessons are great and they are FREE. You can also go back and do YEARS of past daily lessons for FREE. Their paid version also offers MUCH more and it's well worth the price, if you get it on sale. I think they have sales and offers all the time. I got a Lifetime Premium membership for ALL languages for $89 on Black Friday, but I think you can regularly get that for $99 or so. For lifetime use of all languages, that's an amazing deal. It is similar to Duolingo, but in my opinion WAY better and Duolingo is $90 per YEAR for premium. Also, Mondly has my target language. Duolingo does not. > Drops: I think this can be okay for vocabulary practice, but their translations in my target language (Farsi) are VERY wrong. Maybe in other languages they're okay, but Farsi is completely wrong. I also find their pictures confusing. > MemRise: I also started using MemRise, which I also LOVE. I think it's a GREAT tool for practicing vocabulary. I don't think it would be good as a main learning tool, but it is a GREAT supplement. > Duolingo: I'm thankful to Duolingo for getting me into the habit of language learning. I think it is good for practice. It can be fun as a game, but I don't think it is great for actually learning a language. > Babbel / Busuu: I want to try those, but my plate is full now and they don't have the language I want to learn yet. I will try them in the future. I've heard great things about both. > Other: I will also use Podcasts, YouTube, and streaming services like Netflix to consume content in the languages I want to learn. Language Learning is a process. It can be a life long hobby and goal. There are SOOOOO many great tools available now to use!
  • Excellent!

    By Ladan27
    Easy and fun!
  • No voice audio. Only dings

    By Pcha0330
    I can’t hear any audio of the Farsi words. I only hear the dings when I select an answer.