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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Over the hill

Over the hill

To be over the hill means that you are old and past one's prime. Too old for something. You have reached the climax of your lifetime and beginning to decline. 1. A: I think I'm too old to date. B: You're only forty, definitely not over the hill yet!   2. I'm a...

Don’t sweat it

Don’t sweat it

Don't sweat it is used to tell someone when they shouldn't worry about something. Take it easy; relax and don't worry. Something you say to calm someone who is worried. 1. A: I'm so nervous about the performance! B: Ah, don't sweat it. You'll be great!   2. A: I...

Come and go

Come and go

To come and go means to occur, exist, enter, or appear, and then subside. To disappear quickly and/or suddenly. Alternately appear and disappear. 1. I can't have you coming or going whenever you please.   2. My headache comes and goes even when I'm on medication....

Miss the boat

Miss the boat

To miss the boat means to have failed to take advantage of an opportunity. To miss out on something; to be ignorant of something. To have made an error; to be wrong. 1. If you think there are tickets left for the concert, you've missed the boat.   2. My lawyer...

Give me a break!

Give me a break!

Give me a break is something you say when do not believe what someone has just said. To give another chance. To stop it. 1. Your New Year's resolution is to lose weight? Give me a break!   2. Kids, give me a break. You've been fighting all day, enough is enough!...

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