MerlionWords is a multilingual education application to enhance your Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Korean and Spanish word recognition, writing, and pronunciation skills.More
- Includes over 600 words in 15 categories, with each word available in 6 languages.
- Each word is displayed in 2 languages, along with the pronunciation (for Chinese, Japanese and Korean only), and accompanied with a picture illustration.
- Listen to the pronunciation of a word in the selected 1st or the 2nd language by touching the word or the speaker icon next to the word.
- Practice writing each word in the writing (tracing) area.
- A tracing language switching icon to switch between the 1st and 2nd language.
- Multiple pen colors to choose from for tracing.
- Undo/Redo features for tracing are also available.
- Share topics with friends through the Share Charm
- Search for topics through the Search Charm
- Select the 1st and 2nd languages through the Settings Charm
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- Approximate size
- Age rating
For ages 3 and upMore
- Supported operating systems
Windows 10Windows 8.1
- Supported processors
x86, x64, ARMMore
- Supported languages
English (United States)
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Days of Week missing!!
Could you update your app by adding French words for days of the week?More
Limited, but nice
Just to be clear, there's no option to test your knowledge, no adding cards. It just shows you the words. But that, it does well: with nice pictures, and even a live tile! This is very good for a free app. I noticed a few mistakes: sometimes my writing isn't deleted when I move to a different word. The Korean word for "fish" is wrong: the picture shows a "fish in the sea", but the word is for "fish ready to eat". Those are two different words in Korean. Finally, "last word" does not work.More
I like the simplicity of the application to get the user familiar with basic words.More
Simple to use
my kids love it. very interesting group of graphicsMore
OK... but... BAD AUDIO: Korean Audio is horrible
BAD AUDIO: Beginning of words are cut off, voices are inconsistent in gender and volume...More