Archive for February, 2009
The iPhone and iPodTouch come standard with keyboards (and fonts and IMEs) for numerous languages – indeed, full multi-language support. The keyboards only need to be activated by the user – no downloads and no installation required. The languages include English, English (UK), Czech, Danish, German, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, French (Canadian), Croatian, Hungarian, Icelandic, [...]
Freedback on Korean HakGyo: I absolutely love this program, but I’m having problems with it so I have to reinstall it. Within the first week of using this program I’ve already increased my korean vocabulary and knowledge by so much, being half korean, and I’ve really picked up the system really quick as well. I’ve [...]
A researcher in New Zealand say that the best way to learn a language is through frequent exposure to its sound patterns — even if you haven’t a clue what it all means. “Our ability to learn new words is directly related to how often we have been exposed to the particular combinations of the sounds [...]
The Traditional Chinese Version of iPhone FlashCards is now available on iTunes. Here is the direct link to the iTunes page.