WordUp is unlike any vocabulary app you’ve seen before!
It works based on 3 simple but revolutionary concepts.
1) MOST USEFUL WORDS
The top 20,000 most useful English words in the vocabulary are sorted by how useful they really are. Our data is compiled from thousands of movies, TV shows. Your time is valuable. Learn only the most useful word that you don’t know yet. And then the next!
2) FEEL EVERY WORD!
Rather than just boring text definitions, WordUp adds many short video clips from top movies and TV, showing you how the word is used in real world. It also shows you examples from the latest news stories, across thousands of news websites. You don’t just learn a word from the vocabulary, you “experience” it.
3) REMEMBER FOREVER
We humans forget easily. WordUp uses “Spaced Repetition” which is a scientifically proven approach to ensure you will remember the words for ever!
once you learn a word, it asks you the next day. If you didn’t remember, it shows the meaning again. It repeats every day until you say “I remember”. Everybody learns at a different speed.
The word will come back and ask in 3 days. If you still remembered, it will come in 7 days, then a month, then 3 months, then 6 months, then a year.
* Intermediate & advanced English learners
* Speakers of English as a 2nd language
* Immigrants in English Speaking countries
* Native English speakers seeking to expand their vocabulary
WordUp is not for beginners or those new to learning English.
If you teach English, recommend WordUp to your students. It’s a perfect complimentary tool for them to build up their vocab as you teach them all the other aspects of the language.
Study shows that its motivating effect will encourage the students to continue their language learning journey with you further. It won’t replace you.
Productivity is heavily affected by communication skills. If you employ non-native English speakers, you can encourage them to use WordUp in a daily personal development routine to improve their vocabulary.
This will benefit the efficiency of the entire organisation, not just them personally. You can also set annual PDP goals for them and ask to see their activity report on WordUp.