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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Spanish, English Vocabulary 17

Spanish, English Vocabulary 17

¡Aprenda palabras en Ingles a través de canciones 17 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 12

Chinese, English Vocabulary 12

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...

Japanese, English Vocabulary 12

Japanese, English Vocabulary 12

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...

French, English Vocabulary 16

French, English Vocabulary 16

apprendre le vocabulaire anglais avec des chansons 16 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...

Spanish, English Vocabulary 16

Spanish, English Vocabulary 16

¡Aprenda palabras en Ingles a través de canciones 16 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...

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Head on a platter

Head on a platter

If you have someone's head on a plate you are very angry with them and want them to be punished. A desire for revenge on an enemy. Punishment towards someone. 1. I'm so angry with John, I want his head on a platter.   2. I'm sure that my boss wanted my head on a...

Fall from grace

Fall from grace

To fall from grace means to do something wrong and get in trouble with someone. To experience reduced status or prestige, cease to be held in favour. To sin and get on the wrong side of God. 1. My company executives have fallen from grace and may well be dissolved...

To walk the walk

To walk the walk

To walk the walk means to have skill, ability, or experience in a given activity. To show that something is true through your actions. Back up one's talk with action. 1. You can preach all you want but you should know to walk the walk.   2. He likes to talk about...

A blacklist

A blacklist

A blacklist is a list of persons or organisations under suspicion, or considered untrustworthy or disloyal. A list of people who have been disapproved; to be boycotted or penalised. Those who are not to be hired, served, or otherwise accepted. 1. The restaurant has me...

In the same boat

In the same boat

To be in the same boat as someone means being in the same situation; having the same problem. If people are in the same boat, they are in the same predicament or trouble. To be in the same unpleasant situation as other people. 1. A: Bobby, I'm short this month, do you...

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