Master Foreign Languages
with Social Phrasebooks
Be fluent while discussing, debating, arguing and disputing
- Though Tesla holds enormous promise, it is an extremely risky investment at its current sky-high valuation
- I’m 69 later this year — and I’ve had a pretty good run.
- But as utterly terrifying as Jaws has been made out to be, it’s also one of the most visually stimulating spectacles one could ever witness
- It’s hard. I am super busy the entire time
- The term ‘animal rights’ has become largely meaningless.
This collection is about hotels and accomodation.
- Common sense will tell you what this word is
- This one should be pretty self explanatory
- For example, when sharing a link to a Buzzfeed recipe with a friend
- So, I'm going to show you a demo of a virtual reality film: a full-screen version of all the information that we capture when we shoot virtual reality
- And that’s about it — it’s basically a
Useful phrases that can help you make yourself understood in English while travelling. Directions, Hotels, Restaurants ...
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.