This Black Friday, it’ll be exactly 1 year since we launched LinguaLift. We’ve come a long way, and this seems to be the ideal opportunity to look back, forward, and while we’re at it, run the biggest sale we’ve ever done.
Use bf-0811 as the coupon code during subscription to the Complete Annual plan, and you’ll get the first 9 months for free! Note that the coupon is only valid until the Cyber Monday.
Not cool enough? Remember that your LinguaLift subscription gets you not only Japanese, but also Russian content! You’ll also get access to French later this year, and other languages as we launch them.
Major updates this year
Blocks & Frenzy
The Frenzy typing game has been a favourite of LinguaLift users for a long time, and we’ve done our best to make our second game as engaging and educational. Blocks is oriented at intermediate-advanced learners, giving you an opportunity to practise your vocabulary, and form meaningful associations between related words and expressions. Oh, an by the way, a brand ne game is already in the works!
Vocab Lab 2.0
From Pomodoro to agile project management, time-boxing has long been proven to improve concentration as well as the end-results. The new Vocab Lab teaches you useful vocabulary in bit size chunks, motivates you to learn more regularly, and allows you to track your progress with detailed progress reports.
Kanji Academy 2.0
The new Kanji Academy revolutionizes the way you’ll learn Chinese characters, guiding you through several exercises targeting each and every aspect of kanji acquisition. You’ll learn how to spot familiar kanji faster, their reading, correct stroke order, and even pick up some new vocabulary in the process.
We’ve always said that learning is more effective together, and encouraged you to share your progress and study goals with your friends and family. We’re now ready to take this idea one step further. The new Friends section of LinguaLift allows you to invite your Facebook friends to LinguaLift and keep track of each other’s progress.
Russian, French and beyond
From the beginning, LinguaLift was meant to be a place to learn many different language and not just Japanese. This summer, we’ve finally delivered on our promise and launched Russian LinguaLift, which is already seeing a lot of activity. We’re currently testing French LinguaLift, which we’re going to launch in the coming weeks, and we’re already hard at work on further languages, to be added next year.
Remember that you LinguaLift account gives you access to all languages we offer. You only need to pay a single subscription fee.