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Hi everyone,
I’ve been meaning to post something about apps since I started this blog. Personally, I use the Merriam Webster’s dictionary app. I have also tried It’s really advantageous, with lots of information and weekly updates.However, It has never worked well on my smartphones:( 

I’ll write about dictionary apps another day. But now, let’s get down to business.


“The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations”

There’s a variety of apps for different levels worth checking out.

2.article from BusyTeacher
The downside about the information is that some apps aren’t free.

I have downloaded Busuu to learn Japanese and it’s been really helpful. Therefore, it’s tempting to buy the full version around 45-50 soles. I’ll buy it one day….. It’s just that I’ve had other priorities.


How many apps have you paid for?
I have to admit that none.

Well, that’s all for now.


*Disclaimer: I have not downloaded all the apps. I don’t have the space to do so, either. I am providing information for your consideration.


Autor: satoangela

English teacher at a language institute in LIma, Peru. Interested in sharing, learning. Looking for more communication, innovation, motivation and other -tions :)


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