Vocab Express: FREE ACCOUNT, learn 1000 words for free
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Vocab Express: FREE ACCOUNT, learn 1000 words for free

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Found 14th Apr 2015
Hey Guys,
This is my first post so be nice.
Vocab Express is offering anybody to make a free account to learn a 1000 words in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish or Mandarin. A yearly subscription normally costs £39.00. Only have to fill up a simple form and you're ready to start learning. I've been using it for quite a while and it really helps learning new vocabulary.
I'm not sure when this will end.

Website content:
Sign up for your free Vocab Express account to learn the first 1000 words in a new language!

Vocab Express is proud to be the official partner of the Speak To The Future 1000 Words campaign for vocabulary learning and has teamed up with Oxford University Press to develop vocabulary lists to enable you to learn the first 1000 words of a new language.
Please complete the registration form below to sign up for your free account, selecting the languages you would like to learn. The free account will last for the duration of the 1000 Words campaign.

5 Comments

I remember vocab express when we worked with it in class for Spanish and French GCSE's, sometimes set homework to do certain sections etc.

It's a legit site and you do learn from it too, tres bien haha

Not bad ..... thanx. :-)

Not sure how useful French would be - sadly, most of us had it at school (as that's all our teachers actually knew) and yet in the real world Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Arabic are more widely spoken..... unless you want to visit Senegal for example ?
As for Polish - why on earth would anyone want to learn it, unless like Romanian, Bulgarian, etc you might want to either live there or have frequent holidays there ?
I'm sure most people who're inclined to learn Polish could easily find a pole locally who needs to improve their English language skills..... and do a mutually beneficial 'swap'.

kamenitzabrit

Not sure how useful French would be - sadly, most of us had it at school … Not sure how useful French would be - sadly, most of us had it at school (as that's all our teachers actually knew) and yet in the real world Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Arabic are more widely spoken..... unless you want to visit Senegal for example ?As for Polish - why on earth would anyone want to learn it, unless like Romanian, Bulgarian, etc you might want to either live there or have frequent holidays there ?I'm sure most people who're inclined to learn Polish could easily find a pole locally who needs to improve their English language skills..... and do a mutually beneficial 'swap'.



More importantly, why would you care why someone wishes to learn a particular language? People who want to use this resource already have their own reasons, is it a good resource for those people or not?

Thanks for sharing
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