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Do you ever find learning English very difficult? If you are, then you are probably studying it the wrong way. Voxy is a website that provides an innovative way for students to learn English by giving you real-life examples that you can relate to. With this approach, Voxy can solve any language learning difficulties students have.

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Once you have signed up and logged into Voxy, you can read half-English and half-Spanish headlines in your account dashboard. You can then proceed to read the news articles in Spanish and English texts. Add English words to your word bank where you can hear the pronunciation and get the right translation.

You can also read different stories, play games, and read about “life skills” – a course based on every day, real life situations.

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Voxy also delivers their lessons via SMS or email, which is a great way to learn on the go. This app is most helpful for Spanish speaking students who want to learn English as a second language.
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  1. Reno
    December 30, 2010 at 12:33 am

    This is a very useful site I accidentally ran across. Wanting to see how it works, I randomly chose to conjugate the verb "to travel" (in American English) and a full display of tenses were exhibited (just wondering why, and maybe I am making a mistake here, the past participle form is shown as "having traveled" instead of simply "traveled"). I, then, clicked on the tab "translations" to check out if it would also perform just as well. Much to my surprise, the verb "to travel" was, in my opinion, incorrectly translated as "de viaje" (which in Spanish means "out on a trip" or simply "traveling"). The correct translation should be "VIAJAR". A similar mistake was made in French. The correct translation should be "VOYAGER" and not "VOYAGE" which is the noun form which means "a trip" in English.

    Hope to be sharing something useful with you.

    Reno - São Paulo, Brazil - December 29, 2010

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