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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Japanese, English Vocabulary 14

Japanese, English Vocabulary 14

Learn Japanese vocabulary fast! Try these educational videos for free and see how much Japanese you can learn. Each song consists of 100 words. A total of 40 videos uploaded weekly. Explore different levels to build your vocabulary. Learn Japanese to English or...

Spanish, English Vocabulary 18

Spanish, English Vocabulary 18

¡Aprenda palabras en Ingles a través de canciones 18 Learn Spanish vocabulary fast! Try these educational videos for free and see how much Spanish you can learn. Each song consists of 100 words. A total of 40 videos uploaded weekly. Explore different levels to build...

Chinese, English Vocabulary 13

Chinese, English Vocabulary 13

Learn Chinese vocabulary fast! Try these educational videos for free and see how much Chinese you can learn. Each song consists of 100 words. A total of 40 videos uploaded weekly. Explore different levels to build your vocabulary. Learn Chinese to English or English...

French, English Vocabulary 17

French, English Vocabulary 17

apprendre le vocabulaire anglais avec des chansons 17 Learn French vocabulary fast! Try these educational videos for free and see how much French you can learn. Each song consists of 100 words. A total of 40 videos uploaded weekly. Explore different levels to build...

Japanese, English Vocabulary 13

Japanese, English Vocabulary 13

Learn Japanese vocabulary fast! Try these educational videos for free and see how much Japanese you can learn. Each song consists of 100 words. A total of 40 videos uploaded weekly. Explore different levels to build your vocabulary. Learn Japanese to English or...

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Phrase of the day

Take a hike

Take a hike

If someone tells you to take a hike, it's a rude way of telling someone to leave; to beat it. To go away; get out of here; be gone forever. To leave because one's presence is unwanted. 1. A: Hey pretty lady, can I have your number? B: Go take a hike!   2. The...

Give anything to do something

Give anything to do something

To give anything to do something means to pay, give, or do whatever is necessary to achieve something. Doing your best to acquire or achieve a thing for which one has an intense desire. To want something very much. 1. I'm so hungry, I would give anything for a piece...

Get over it

Get over it

Get over it means to move on; accept things the way they are. Don't concern yourself with something that's already in the past. To feel better after something or someone has made you unhappy or upset. 1. Man, I can't believe my lines aren't working on the ladies! Get...

As good as new

As good as new

If something is as good as new it means it has either been kept in the same good condition as when it was new. Repaired so that it is as good as it was when it was new. As well or as healthy as normal. 1. Our wood coffee table needed a little mending but now it's as...

Cold shoulder

Cold shoulder

To give the cold shoulder is a form of body language when a person is ignoring you. To behave towards someone in a way that is not friendly, sometimes for reasons not understood. To show no interest in someone or something. 1. I have no idea why Julia keeps giving me...

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