Accent Reduction and Business English Publisher Language Success Press Announces New Video Review of its ESL app, Say it Better in English

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The Say it Better in English ESL app for the iPad was selected by the Daily App Show for a video review. The English learning app uses cartoons, flashcards, audio and instant feedback to teach over 300 English idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs.

Say it Better in English app

New iPad app for Learning Business English and Everyday English

The Say it Better in English app is all about making English language study fun, easy, and engaging.

Language Success Press, a publisher of accent reduction and business English materials, announces that its new ESL app is featured on the Daily App show. The video review shows the new app in action, with features that include talking flash cards and quizzes with immediate feedback. The app teaches 312 American English expressions through interactive methods.

The app is the perfect tool for those who need to improve their business English. The app teaches useful expressions related to participating in meetings, talking on the telephone, and dealing with everyday issues at the office. The app also includes hundreds of expressions related to daily life, in areas including shopping, travel, and socializing.

Lively cartoons show how each expression is used in real-life situations. When the learner clicks on the speaker icon, the cartoon comes to life with native English speakers reading the text aloud. Each expression has two additional usage examples that include audio. Interactive quizzes give immediate feedback with reward icons.

"The Say it Better in English app is all about making English language study fun, easy, and engaging," says Tanya Peterson, Marketing Director at Language Success Press. "We're really pleased that the Daily App Show has featured this new ESL app on its site. We know English language learners around the world will want to know about this new learning tool."

The app lets users customize their learning experience. Users can add expressions they would like to keep studying to a customized study set. A bookmark feature lets users continue studying where they left off.

"Many people would like to improve their English, but they don't have a lot of time in their busy day. With this app, learners can improve their English in as little as 15 minutes a day," says Ms. Peterson. "That's enough time to go through a block of ten expressions, listen to all the examples and repeat and then take the quiz."

Expressions taught in the app include: drop by, get a move on, tied up, no wonder, on me, stuck in traffic, under a lot of pressure, it's not the end of the world, get cut off, oversleep, about to do something, get sidetracked, and hundreds more.

A Lite version of the Say it Better in English app is available for free. The full version is currently on sale for $6.99, a $3 savings off the regular price.

The app is based on the popular book "Say it Better in English" by ESL teacher Marianna Pascal.

The app is available on iTunes here:

In addition to the Say it Better in English app, Language Success Press offers four other apps for ESL: Speak English Like an American, Speak Business English I, Speak Business English II, and Business English Power Verbs. All of the information on its apps can be found on its website.

About Language Success Press

Language Success Press is a leading publisher of books, CDs, and mobile apps to help people speak better conversational American English. The company specializes in ESL books, CDs, and mobile apps teaching business English, accent reduction, and everyday English. Founded in 2002, Language Success Press has customers in more than 40 countries around the world. For more information, contact Tanya Peterson at Language Success Press: Tanya(at)languagesuccesspress(dot)com

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