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OpenTeacher

OpenTeacher

OpenTeacher is an open source application that helps you in learning a foreign language vocabulary. Just enter some words in your native or foreign language, and OpenTeacher will test you.

OpenTeacher allows students to make use of a lesson type where they are tought in small parts. Once the student knows one part, OpenTeacher moves on to the next. This should help the student to remember large doses of information.

 OpenTeacher 3.2

Price
Free to download

Size
6.4MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Milan Boers, Marten de Vries, Cas Widdershoven

Website
openteacher.org

System Requirements
Python 2.7.1 or higher
Python-Qt4

Support:
Documentation, SourceForge Project Page, Launchpad

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Smart question asking and interval training
  • Think answer, shuffle answer and repeat answer input modes
  • Easy symbol, Greek and Cyrillic input
  • Read and write Teach2000 and WRTS files, read ABBY Lingvo Tutor files
  • Save and open your online WRTS lists
  • Support for synonyms
  • Print your word lists
  • Learn topography
  • Learn media (videos, sound, websites and more)
  • Modular system making it more versatile and adaptable to your needs
  • Integration with the online language tutor Wrts
  • Available in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish

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