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:
I am pleased to announce the addition of a new "Summary" section to each word, phrase or dialogue. This presents, what I think to be, a beautiful summary of what the recording is all about. Strictly speaking it doesn't add any information which isn't already available on the page (with the tiny exception of actually stating how many parts the literal breakdown contains); the page already contains the English, the Thai, and the Literal Breakdown. However, it does add a subtle but important usability aspect to the pages.
I have replaced the original recordings player, which used to look as follows:
with the following design:
What's changed and why? Firstly, what's changed: basically all the buttons and controls which in the context of learning a language had no real value have been removed, and the overall size of the player has been reduced. Specifically
I am pleased to announce the addition of "Alternative meanings (Homophones)" and "See also" links. What on earth am I talking about? Indeed. Let me give a few examples, and hopefully it'll become clearer.
There are some changes to Lingopolo that make me really very excited; this one here is one of those.
I am pleased to say that Lingopolo now has over 1000 Thai words! You can see the exact number by looking at the Thai words lesson. This doesn't even include the Thai phrases, of which there are already hundreds. I try and add a few new Thai words or phrases every day (as you can see from checking the recent additions page). If you have any Thai words which you would like me to add, do let me know. I'm off now to add another few words...
Firstly, of course, we have the Thai word for kitchen.