LingQ this week introduced its latest feature, an animated avatar representing learners‘ achievements and activity levels in the languages they are learning. The avatars embody the actions and successes of the learner in an attractive personal cultural avatar. The avatars develop in size and complexity as the members improve their language skills. The avatar is therefore an attractive representation of their achievements, and becomes a concrete goal to work towards.
I find a good starter book is important in language learning. I go back to them all the time. Teach Yourself is a good series.
Strange though it may seem, this time I run out of battery! Definitely fate doesn’t‘ want me to talk about LingQ in English! I won’t give up!
I’m sorry for all this strange videos!
I run out of memory when I was trying to continue the last video talking about LingQ. We’ll see what happens in this video…
In this video complain about the bluish color of my previous video but, indeed, the camera settings were not accurate in this and the next video, so I’m sorry for the orange tone color!
In this video I try to speak about LingQ in English. I explain my last incidents while trying to record this video but, all of a sudden I realize that I’m recording in HD so I was reaching the 5 minutes limitation of this recording mode with my DRSL.
From Goldenspeaker: „Explaining some of the reasons why learning a language through LingQ is efficient“
Goldenspeaker’s profile: http://www.lingq.com/profile/Goldenspeaker/
From loboanjo: „A entry for lingq’s video contest about learning a language“
loboanjo’s profile: http://www.lingq.com/profile/loboanjo/