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The Hare and the Tortoise

The Hare and the Tortoise

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Immerse yourself in rich language and easily learn Chinese, in an entertaining way.
All you have to do is download this app. You’ll enjoy reading this story while picking up another language with the proven effective technique of storytelling. Click “…More” to learn why you should download this App today!
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You and your child are learning a new language together, just by reading a Grimm’s fairy tale. Sometimes, you do the reading, sometimes you both take turns. You used to switch the voice reading on and let the program tell you the story but you don’t need it anymore because you’re learning fast.
Thanks to this powerful app, you and your child are picking up another language while having quality time together, becoming bilingual, simply by having story time on a regular basis.
Storytelling is one of the most effective techniques for learning a new language. It’s fun, too. When you read or tell stories to people, you immerse them in rich language in proper context, which in turn leads to higher levels of sophistication in speech and literacy. Yup, just by reading a story the right way.
In this app, you get both English and Chinese subtitles and optional voice dubbing to help you with correct spelling, pronunciation and word recognition. The audio and visual presentation of the story is not only cute but also helpful for your listening and reading Chinese skills.
Look at some of the features you get in this app:
* Adorable graphics and easy to use interface
* Multilingual language learning tool for native English speaking users
* Formatted in a proven most effective way to learn and practice a second language
* Each paragraph of story is presented in English with Chinese subtitles
* Optional voice read along with text by native Chinese speaker
* Automatic or manual page turn with gesture support
* More than seven million users have downloaded the language learning picture books already!
If you’ve been hoping for a fast, fun way to learn Chinese, you only have to download this app. Do it right now and you can begin to pick up another language as soon as today!

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  • (72 stars)

    by Mathew Call on 27/12/2013

    Hard to find Spanish/English multilingual apps like this! Works great on my 10-inch tablet. Really loving them all with my 4-year-old daughter.

  • (72 stars)

    by Michell Wang on 19/12/2013

    Missing one star only because I wish the characters could be in traditional not simplified

  • (72 stars)

    by Ashlay Lewis Helton on 16/09/2013

    I love fairy tales anyway, and I love the illlustration style in these stories. The narraration is fantastic. My only suggestion is to be able to touch words you dont know so you can see what they mean.

  • (72 stars)

    by Jean Wong on 03/05/2013

    It's very good

  • (72 stars)

    by Robert Crutcher on 17/02/2013

    Me encanto, tenga que aprender como un niño.

  • (72 stars)

    by Tierra Russell on 17/02/2013

    I really enjoy this app. I use it to hear spanish to english. Perfect for me

  • (72 stars)

    by Trevor Johnson on 22/12/2012

    Quite well conceived, simple interface. But why does the hare become a "rabbit"?