Latin Trainer

Latin Trainer


The Latin Trainer is supposed to help you to be able to translate the latin vocabulary,
whether it is the declension or the conjugation of the latin language. Through the structure
of different sections, categories and subcategories, it shows the most easiest way of
learning and memorise the vocabulary.In addition the Latin Trainer offers an individual
statistic, that prevents you from further mistakes.
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About Latin Trainer
The Latin Trainer is supposed to help you to be able to translate the latin vocabulary,
whether it is the declension or the conjugation of the latin language. Through the structure
of different sections, categories and subcategories, it shows the most easiest way of
learning and memorise the vocabulary.In addition the Latin Trainer offers an individual
statistic, that prevents you from further mistakes.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 19, 2015
A good app to improve your vocabulary, but some of the translation options are almost identical and result in unfair incorrect responses.
A Google User
Mar 2, 2015
It's good It's useful app and very well made. But I think the answers in multiple choice sound very similar sometimes and it's confusing when it shouldn't be. Perhaps it would be better if there is only one English word corresponding to the Latin translation and every latin word which has different English translations can come out in the test more than once.
A Google User
Feb 12, 2015
Not for Beginners Is not for Beginners. It'll be good for someone who already has an understanding of latin basics.
A Google User
Jan 18, 2015
Multiple choice Some of the possible answers for the translations are very similar, and sound like basically the same definition. I have found this very frustrating. It would also be nice to have multiple choice instead of having to type things in. I think that would be better for learning than taking a total guess when you're clueless.
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Where are the subjunctives?
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