Discontinued App

Chou-jimaku Word List

■What is “Chou-jimaku Word List” ? “Chou-jimaku Word List” is a (free) English Learning application which takes 100 terms from our popular ...

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â– What is “Chou-jimaku Word List” ? “Chou-jimaku Word List” is a (free) English Learning application which takes 100 terms from our popular English Learning PC software, “Chou-jimaku” series, and allows you to master native-level English phrases and words using a flash card type method. â– You can learn phrases like this I am way out of line. 「言い過ぎたよ」 No offense. 「悪気はなかったã‚“だ」 It all adds up. 「これでつじつまがあう」 mint condition 「新品同様」 get tongue-tied 「言葉に詰まã‚‹,うまく言えない」 â– Main features 1, 「Top 100 Native English phrases」 Contains 100 commonly-used native English phrases from movies. 2, Game-like usability -Choose to display 1 or 6 words simultaneously. -Flip away cards by flicking on the screen. -Turn ON/OFF the Japanese captions with a single tap. 3, “Smart word list” - This feature allows you to sort the words as you like, using the following labels Star only Red / Blue / Green labels 4, Enhance the Word list by synchronizing with “Chou-jimaku” If you own the PC software version of “Chou-jimaku”, you can sync this application with it, and add to the word list, terms that you saved in “Chou-jimaku”. Note: This function is exclusively for “Chou-jimaku” PC software version users. â– Functions ・「Top 100 Native English phrases」 ・Word Search ・Japanese ON/OFF ・Delete unnecessary cards (terms) with flick ・4 Labels ・Smart word list ・Sort words (5 types) ・Add each movie word list * ・Sync with “Word list” function * Functions with * are only for PC software “Chou-jimaku” users http://www.chou-jimaku.com/

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0.3

Size: 1.02 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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