Learning a new language is tough enough without having to deal with the old methods of learning. Music professionals and language lovers have teamed up to create a fun educational tool called WORDPIE. This tool helps you concentrate on words so you can master vocabulary in your new language. The videos help learners associate pictures to words through music in minutes. You’ll be surprised at how fast you can associate your own language to your target language. After many years as learners ourselves, we’ve developed a simple and fun way to learn with the benefits of music. Listen to catchy tunes and expand your vocabulary effortlessly!

Supported languages include English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

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Tough love

Tough love

Tough love is love or concern that is expressed in a strict way especially to make someone behave responsibly. A method of helping someone to change their behaviour by treating them in a very severe way. Harsh treatment of someone to promote responsible behaviour. 1....

The American dream

The American dream

The American dream is the idealistic notion that Americans are preoccupied with obtaining certain materialistic goals. A widespread determination by Americans to provide their children with a better upbringing than their parents were able to provide for them. A...

A breath of fresh air

A breath of fresh air

A breath of fresh air refers to a new approach or welcomed arrival. Someone or something that is new and different and makes everything seem more exciting. Pleasantly different. 1. My niece is full of energy and goodness, she is a breath of fresh air when she comes to...

Cry over spilled milk

Cry over spilled milk

If you cry over spilled milk, you are unhappy about what cannot be undone. To regret in vain what cannot be undone or rectified. To dwell pointlessly on past misfortunes. 1. A: I can't believe you spent your whole paycheque on these designer clothes. B: Well, no use...

Get one’s ducks in a row

Get one’s ducks in a row

To get one's ducks in a row means to get one's affairs in order or organised. To organise yourself and your life. Organising your tasks and schedule so that you are ready for the next step. 1. I look up to Aunt Sylvia, she's got all her ducks in a row.   2. I...

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