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Opinion of first experience of app.

Rob A.A1Kwiziq community member

Opinion of first experience of app.

This app seems to find the holes in one's knowledge. I live in Spain, I'm not a fluent speaker, but I get by. I can read most Spanish papers, books etc without too many problems.     Listening, not so good, but not terrible. Been here eight years .  Did test, got A1! Did some of their A1 exercises, and got practically full marks.    Not sure I'd pay for this, but it's more demanding than the green owl related tutor!

Asked 1 week ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Rob

I'd suggest you keep going with the tests, reading the lessons and practicing with our exercises. Sometimes, when we live in a foreign country for some time, we don't necessarily apply grammar very accurately when we're there, although that doesn't stop us from understanding and being understood, of course. As you said, Kwizbot is going to present you with studyplans based on your testing and identify the areas that need a bit more confidence. Also, you can add lessons to your notebook and re-test against those to get pass them and make you think a bit more about that specific grammar point to understand it better. If you need more guidance on how to achieve more and get more progress, we can give you some tips through Help Desk. Just let us know if you need more help. 

Un saludo cordial 

Inma

Opinion of first experience of app.

This app seems to find the holes in one's knowledge. I live in Spain, I'm not a fluent speaker, but I get by. I can read most Spanish papers, books etc without too many problems.     Listening, not so good, but not terrible. Been here eight years .  Did test, got A1! Did some of their A1 exercises, and got practically full marks.    Not sure I'd pay for this, but it's more demanding than the green owl related tutor!

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