Lexogram proposes a wide variety of activities.
This Roadmap section describes what's currently under development, and what is planned for the future.
Multiple-user online activities to help you improve your understanding and self-expression.
Create a profile page to describe yourself in the language you want to learn.
A chat application with a built-in language-learning processor.
Allows new users to register and existing users to log in
A 3D online role-playing game where you team up with native speakers of the language you are learning to complete tasks together.
Allows users to create a personal profile, to manage their contacts and interests, and to launch conversations in GlassHouse
Create your own video presentation on a chosen topic, with an online audience to ask you questions, to show how well you can communicate.
Single-user offline applications to make repetitive tasks fun.
Activities designed to work in any language.
Learn vocabulary and pronunciation as you type illustrated stories in your new language. Learn to touch-type in a new script, such as 日本語, русский язык or ภาษาไทย
Read illustrated stories, designed to introduce new vocabulary at a comfortable pace. View multiple illustrations for each new expression, to create a vivid mental image of each new meaning.
Watch the acoustic shape of the vowels sounds you create, and compare them to the vowel sounds made by native speakers.
Speed up illustrated texts and word list to practise creating mental images.
Raise your own virtual "children" who insist on speaking in the language you are learning, and who will repeat a new expression over and over with increasingly explicit clues about its meaning, until you can work out what they are telling you.
Every language has its particularities that you need to get used to. These applications help you understand how meaning is encoded in particular ways in particular languages.
For languages like Thai, Mandarin and Cantonese, where the tone used with a syllable changes its meaning
For languages like French, Russian and Spanish, to help you memorize the gender of different nouns
For languages like German and Russian, where nouns change their form depending on how they are used
For languages like French and Spanish, where verbs change their form depending on the person and the tense
For languages like English and German, where a verb may be formed by two separate parts, divided by intervening words
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