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 10

Japanese, English Vocabulary 10

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 14

French, English Vocabulary 14

apprendre le vocabulaire anglais avec des chansons 14 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 14

Spanish, English Vocabulary 14

¡Aprenda palabras en Ingles a través de canciones 14 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 9

Chinese, English Vocabulary 9

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 9

Japanese, English Vocabulary 9

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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Less is more

Less is more

Less is more is a cliché that describes something that is fewer/smaller/minimal is better. The notion that simplicity and clarity lead to good design. Keeping something in its simple form; essential; minimal. 1. Why did you trade in your SUV for a hybrid? Because I...

Up to no good

Up to no good

If someone is up to no good it means they are behaving in a dishonest or bad way. Doing something bad; doing something wrong; illegal; immoral. Causing problems. 1. Julia suspected her husband was up to no good when he lied about where he was.   2. The strange...

To pick a fight

To pick a fight

To pick a fight means to start a fight or argument with someone on purpose. To talk or behave in such a way as to provoke a fight or argument. To intentionally start a fight with someone. 1. Henry is always well behaved, I could never even imagine that he would pick a...

To kick the bucket

To kick the bucket

To kick the bucket is a phrase used to say someone is dead or has deceased. To cease living. To die. 1. It was hard for everyone when Gramps kicked the bucket.   2. Did you hear good 'ole Charlie kicked the bucket last night.   3. If my Jaguar didn't kick...

Hits the spot

Hits the spot

When something hits the spot it means that it gives total satisfaction, as food or drink; to be refreshing. To be exactly what is wanted or needed. A good idea; a good plan. 1. Those nachos really hit the spot!   2. A cold beer on a hot summer day really hits the...

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