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How to Take Language Learning Notes

Whether you're learning a new language or traveling to a foreign country, NoteLedge is a great language learning companion for you.

 

1. ORGANIZE INFORMATION FROM THE BEST LANGUAGE LEARNING RESOURCES

There are lots of awesome online resources where you can learning new languages, such as Duolingo, Coursera, or Verbling.

As you take interactive lessons from these websites, take advantage of NoteLedge's built-in web clipper and capture key information while you take notes. Simply crop a screenshot or drag and drop, you can save the essential contents to your notes. The best part is, you can organize information from different resources all in one place.

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2. CREATE A MULTIMEDIA VOCABULARY BOOK

Make language learning fun, visual and interactive. Use illustrations and pictures to represent the meaning of the words, record the pronunciation using the in-app voice recorder, and organize everything in the vocabulary table.

Practice and record your pronunciation every day in the same vocabulary book, and review the progress day by day. You might be surprised how much you have improved.

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3. PRACTICE WRITING

When you're learning a new language from another language family, sometimes you may struggle with how to type certain characters on the keyboard.

No worries, just write it down with NoteLedge. Practice writing also helps you get familiar with the words and recognize complicated characters such as Chinese, Thai, Korean or Russian. 

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Do you find the language learning tips useful? Download NoteLedge and try it out for FREE.

 
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