Master Foreign Languages
with Social Phrasebooks
Useful phrases for hanging out in pubs, cafés, dining out etc.
This phrasebook is a collection of phrasal verbs you can use in business.
Write emails or post messages on social networks like a native speaker.
- Probably a silly question but is that the newer
- We can fix the time later in the week
- Hey, no hurry but when you get a chance would you mind ...
- We have some ideas around content sharing, guest posting, social sharing and a few others that would benefit us both.
- let me know how your calendar looks for a quick talk.
Learning English isn’t only words and grammar. The interplay of prepositions with nouns, pronouns, and phrases; colorful uses of metaphors, idioms and phrasal verbs are just some of the things that goes into it.
- I just wanna catch my breath, take a breather.
- On the plus side, this keeps the monitor fairly lightweight
- Google chat time has been dwindling and it took a nosedive when third-party support was crippled
- but it makes so much sense in their
- The number is impressive, given that Apple Music just launched to the world.
Real and natural phrases for giving and asking for directions.
- I'm not saying you're stupid, I'm just saying you've got bad luck when it comes to thinking
- There's no need to tell me who you are; you're already showing me
- In order for you to insult me I would first have to value your opinion
- You should try eating some makeup so you can be pretty on the inside
- I hope the rest of your day is as pleasant as you are
Introducing Social Phrasebooks
Phraseum is like the Pinterest for foreign language phrases. Instead of images you can discover and collect phrases on topics you are interested in such as: Presentations, Email and online communications, Discussions and debates, etc. In addition you can memorise and learn to master them.
Cram phrases into your long-term memory
Phraseum uses Spaced Repetition System that automatically detects weak and difficult phrases and builds lessons curated just for you. Compering to other SRS systems, Phraseum encourages an active approach to learning new phrases. Phraseum tests your ability to use learned phrases actively, not just translate them.