Why Wordalist?

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Do you wonder if Wordalist can help you learn stuff quicker? We don't want to waste anyone's time, so here are a few situations where Wordalist isn't the right choice for you:

  1. Want to start learning a new language? You should find a class that helps you get started with that. Wordalist won't magically make you speak Chinese in 15 minutes.

  2. Are you expecting guides, lessons, or tutored assistance? Wordalist doesn't offer this. In fact, Wordalist does it's best work complementing other learning activities like these, but you won't find it in here.

So, gotten that out of the way, let's look at a few cases where Wordalist does help you achieve great results with minimal effort:

  1. Learning vocabulary This is the most popular use for Wordalist, and something that Wordalist excels at. Over the past few years, our users have done millions of repetitions. If you too want to eat words for breakfast, you've come to the right place.

  2. Spelling correctly Yes, this may be an art in decline, as alotta kidz just wanna be kewl and ignore correct spelling. Maybe you're not one of those kids, or maybe you're just an old fart who likes to prove a point. In any case, you've got something to look forward to.

  3. Building grammatically correct sentences Not far off from the point on spelling, grammar isn't the most popular subject in school. But if you value being able to express yourself more eloquently than Tarzan, correct grammar has proven to be useful.

So, if you've read this far, you should probably just signup for a free account, but don't forget to check out our get started guide.



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