Last Updated on July 8, 2015 by Tim
Lingvist helps people learn languages more quickly than any other method. We use an adaptive algorithm to make the process more effective for each individual – ensuring that anyone can learn a new language.
200 hours of study time is the theoretical minimum a person needs to reach a B2 level proficiency in a foreign language. This means you will be able to understand texts, have casual conversations on everyday topics that don’t require specialist knowledge, and watch movies in another language.
Learn words and phrases that are statistically relevant and used every day around the world.
It’s Powered By Science
A smart algorithm keeps track of your progress – learning what you pick up easily and what you tend to forget – helping you to improve all the time.
It Adapts To You
The system adapts in real time during learning sessions to match your progress and memory pattern, guaranteeing the shortest possible learning time.
Lingvist’s unique approach – teaching words in their order of relevance, i.e. based on how often they’re actually used in a given language – means that you’re able to pick up knowledge and make use of it quicker.