I am pleased to announce, that from 29th October 2013, Lingopolo is now available for French!
Lingopolo has steadily been teaching Thai for the last year, but now the moment has come to add French to the family.
I am pleased to report that Lingopolo now has over 2500 Thai recordings (2547 as of today: 1793 Thai words, 755 Thai phrases and 22 Thai dialogues). This is already around 500 more than when I blogged about the statistics less than 2 months ago. In percentage terms that's around 25% more.
One year ago today, on 29th September 2013, Lingopolo was born!
This is perhaps a good time to reflect on what has been achieved so far. I say so far, because there are many things I still want to do with the website to make it even better. But as I pause and take a look at what has been achieved already, I must admit that I am very happy with the progress so far toward the vision I have for Lingopolo.
Already the website has over 1700 words, over 500 phrases, and over 20 dialogues (as of today there are 1701, 557 and 22 respectively).
I am pleased to say that Lingopolo now has well over 2000 Thai recordings!
Indeed, at the moment of writing there are 2091 Thai recordings, consisting of 1611 Thai words, 481 Thai phrases, and 18 Thai dialogues.
I unfortunately missed the moment when Lingopolo passed the 2000 Thai recordings mark, but I am pleased to also announce a new Thai Statistics page to be able to more easily see exactly how many recordings there currently are.
For the record, here is a list of the progress so far:
One of the recent additions is a new quiz type: automatic.
What is it? How is it used?
I am very pleased to officially announce a new quiz type: multi-choice. It's been around in an early form for about a month, but now I'm finally happy with the way it works, I'm happy to announce it.
Example of selecting the multi-choice quiz type:
A recent Lingopolo addition which I am pretty pleased with is the introduction of Dialogue Word Lessons and Dialogue Phrase Lessons.
I'm pleased to announce 3 new Thai lessons:
I am pleased to announce the introduction of a "Words Known" and "Words known by level" summary for logged in users: