Learn languages naturally

Find out why this new method is different

30 Minutes a Day
That Will Change Your Life

All you need is the desire to learn.
We take care of the rest.

Of all the digital language learning methods, ours is probably the one that most closely mimics the natural language acquisition process.

It stands out for its effectiveness, simplicity, and its ability to produce quick and tangible results.

You won't need to immediately understand complex grammatical structures. The explanations will come gradually.

All you need is to be truly available for 30 minutes a day (in one or two sessions) at least five days a week. If you don't have this time to learn a language, we prefer to be honest: we won't be able to help you.

Our method is designed for people seeking a peaceful and supportive learning experience, far from stressful or compulsive methods.

Numerous scientific studies have confirmed that harmonious learning conditions promote deep knowledge assimilation, unlike methods that aim to create dependency or encourage excessive consumption.

Below, you will find three practical guides to help you effectively structure your daily learning with our method.

Sheet n°1

The first lesson

It is essential, at the beginning of a new course, to take the time to go through all the content.

This step prepares your brain to organize and effectively memorize the upcoming information.

By doing so, you will establish a mental map that will gradually fill in, facilitating access and retention of knowledge.

Let's now examine how the course will proceed.

1 - Choose a theme: If you intend to cover all the themes, we recommend following the proposed order to progress. However, you can also create your own path if you feel the desire to personalize your learning experience a bit more.

2 - Go through all the words in the theme: When you discover a theme for the first time, take the time to understand the meaning of each word on the list, see how they are used, and listen to their pronunciation.

3 - Explore each word in detail (available only in certain courses): When information is available on the words, click the "Information" button (the icon with the letter "i") to discover, among other things, the origin of the word, mnemonic tips to remember it, and grammatical explanations concerning it.

4 - Read all the words aloud: Once this exploration work is done, go back to the beginning of the list and read each word aloud, ideally using voice recognition to check that your pronunciation is correct.

5 - Start a first series of tests: Now that you have thoroughly reviewed each word, start testing your knowledge with the tests (target icon). These tests are quick to complete.

6 - Determine the next steps based on your results:

  • No wrong answers: You can proceed to the next test.
  • At least one wrong answer: It is advisable to retake the same test until you make no errors.

7 - Change the theme: Once you have been tested on all the words in a theme, you can start the same process on the next theme. You know that you have no more tests to take on a theme when you no longer see the "Next Test" button at the end of the tests.

Sheet n°2

The following lessons

1 - Comprehension and Expression Tests: After exploring the content of a theme, dedicate the following sessions to tests designed to strengthen your memory and facilitate the learning of the most complex words.

2 - Managing Difficult Words: Errors on certain words make them reappear more frequently in the tests. For words with additional information, the "Information" button lights up in red to encourage you to consult the explanations and tips for memorization.

3 - When to Move to the Next Test: It is recommended to achieve the maximum score in the current series of tests before starting a test with new words.

4 - Understanding the Spaced Repetition Algorithm: Words are tested according to a calculated schedule to counter natural forgetting. The tests gradually become more spaced out, and after five successful tests over about two months, the word is firmly anchored in your memory.

Sheet n°3

Between lessons

1 - Immersive Learning: Use the "Immersion" mode to listen to expressions without looking at your screen in the morning and evening. This mode helps integrate the language into your daily life and makes it familiar to you.

2 - Mental Visualization: In addition to listening, we recommend visualizing the words when you wake up and before you go to sleep to optimize your receptivity and ensure significant results.

3 - Upon Waking: Listening to words and phrases right after waking up will prepare you to successfully complete the day's training session.

4 - Before Bed: In the evening, your brain in a relaxed state is particularly receptive, facilitating the integration of the language into your thoughts and dreams.

5 - Personalizing Immersion: Customize your learning experience by adjusting the settings to choose the words to listen to and adding relaxing or dynamic music according to your preferences.

Our Training Courses
First contact

The first moments in learning a new language are often decisive.

The goal of our first course, "First Contact," is to make these moments easy and fun.

Without any stress, you will progress in a few weeks to be able to handle ordinary situations encountered while traveling.

This course is intended for people who have no knowledge of the language they wish to learn.

Its uniqueness lies in taking the form of a practical conversation guide. That is why it does not systematically offer literal translations from your language. You will find only the expressions authentically used by locals in the contexts defined by the illustrations.

It is available in 50 languages.

It is free.

Autonomous in 6 months

We are currently preparing a course that will provide you with essential knowledge in vocabulary and grammar, enabling you to communicate effectively in most everyday situations.

We will keep you regularly informed on this page about the release of new courses.

Courses coming before the end of the year: English (for non-English speakers), Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, German.

Read aloud

It is more of a tool than a course.

As its name suggests, this tool invites you to speak out loud using texts.

Its goal is to push you to work exclusively on your pronunciation, without worrying about anything else.

It can be used regardless of your level.

A list of texts is provided, but you can also add your own.

Try to work on a full text each week: you will make impressive progress in just a few months, even if you do not follow any course!

How to encourage your child's independent language learning without increasing their dependence on screens

Discover our solution to effectively limit screen exposure.

It is now proven that screen time can affect our short-term health, our cognitive abilities in the medium term, and our personality in the long term. These impacts are even more pronounced for children.

However, technological advances have transformed education, enabling young learners to master new languages on their own by the age of 10 or 11, a concept that was unthinkable not long ago.

To reconcile these two realities, we have developed solutions that maximize educational benefits while minimizing screen time:

  • Voice recognition with automatic advancement: to complete exercises without looking at the screen.
  • Listening mode: to listen to session content for screen-free immersion.
  • Printing and audio file download options: to access course content completely offline.
  • Impactful tests: to only do exercises that have a real impact on comprehension and oral and written expression skills.
  • Optimized spaced repetition algorithm: to ensure reduced learning time through personalized intervals between tests. We have taken into account that each person has a unique memory.

All these tools are designed to provide a rich, active, and effective learning experience while respecting users' digital well-being.

Our mission: to empower students as quickly as possible, enabling them to live their lives fully away from screens.

Frequently asked questions
How is your language learning method natural?

1 - We offer complete and guided immersion

Most language learning methods for beginners, even the most well-known, provide either lists of words to learn without any context or phrases disconnected from reality that you will never use.

In both cases, you will waste your time, and your ability to speak will remain weak, even after months of using these applications.

In contrast, we introduce everyday words through useful and practical sentences, providing explanations on their usage from a grammatical and cultural perspective. We go even further for the curious by offering explanations on the origin of words and their etymology. We don't do this to appear scholarly, but because these insights can significantly aid in memorizing words.

Our method literally immerses users in a living and complex language, giving them the time and opportunity to gradually assimilate all the provided concepts.

2 - We encourage learners' curiosity

This is a known pedagogical precept among followers of the Montessori method: autonomy is acquired through experience.

Most language learning methods for beginners are structured so that the learner is stuck at one level before being able to move to the next.

Not only does this structure make the language appear artificial, but it also frustrates curious and intelligent users.

In contrast, our approach simulates as closely as possible the full exposure to language that all humans experience from birth.

Of course, we take into account the learner's level to highlight appropriate language elements. But we do not limit them to these elements.

For example, to learn the word "plate" in a language, we will construct a sentence like "The plate is on the table".

Thus, even if the other elements in the sentence are not mastered and are not at the learner's level, they will still have complete exposure to the language.

This principle of full language exposure makes our method as natural and vibrant as possible.

This aspect of our method is particularly valid for our new courses.

In general, we place a strong emphasis on listening to and repeating complete sentences in a concrete context.

Learning a language is quite similar to learning music: at first, it is mainly your ear and the pleasure of practice that will make you progress, much more than a perfect mastery of music theory.

What distinguishes your method from other methods?

Very clearly, our method is aimed at children and adults who prefer learning that appeals to their intelligence rather than their instincts.

Our courses prioritize working on the Neocortex, which is the part of the brain responsible for advanced cognitive functions such as reasoning, planning, creativity, and conscious decision-making.

Of course, we do not neglect the fun aspect, which is essential for maintaining high motivation and enthusiasm.

However, unlike methods that emphasize their "addictive" nature, we only use the Reptilian part of the brain (the part that manages instinctive behaviors, reflexes, survival) to support learning. For "addictive" methods, this part is at the core of their strategy: their goal is not to teach you a language but to make you play, and eventually, let you learn a few language elements.

We believe that this strategy of relying solely on gameplay is harmful to the brain, especially for children.

In our view, pleasure should come from the joy of learning and progressing, not from the fear of missing out or being ranked lower than others.

This is why we have developed a holistic learning framework centered around emotional control and the pleasure of being able to say useful words and sentences out loud from day one.

This method enhances confidence in one's ability to learn a new language, an essential asset for success.

Here are some key elements of our method:

  1. Comprehensive overview of the training content to facilitate the creation of mental maps and learning.
  2. Improvement of pronunciation through a voice recognition and recording system, available on Chrome for desktop and Android phones.
  3. Repetition of exercises to strengthen memory.
  4. Use of a spaced repetition algorithm to optimize vocabulary learning, adjusted to each learner's pace.
  5. No unnecessary gamified incentives; personal progress satisfaction motivates users.
  6. Option to download content in audio and PDF formats for screen-independent learning.
  7. Listening to the full content in bilingual mode, with or without background music, for passive reinforcement of knowledge outside active sessions.

And for the new courses:

  1. Access to detailed information for each word, including etymology, mnemonic tips, grammar points, and synonyms.
  2. Series of three targeted training sessions to improve comprehension, speaking, and writing.
  3. Integration of words into sentence contexts for better assimilation.
  4. Use of attractive visual aids to stimulate interest and encourage review.
  5. Provision of personalized feedback to explain errors to learners.
Are there techniques to learn a language faster?

We have written a comprehensive guide that provides practical tips for successful language learning.

In it, you will find:
- what you need to know to prepare for autonomous learning.
- a famous technique for rapid memorization.
- the use of the spaced repetition theory.
- a relaxation and breathing exercise to optimize memory.
- 2 tips from polyglots to accelerate their learning.
- a list of concrete goals, by level.
- a list of the best foods to boost your memory.

This guide can be read here: everything you need to know to successfully learn a new language

How many tests do you need to do per day to progress?

There is no strict rule, but it is generally recommended to carry out at least three sessions.

Remember that the first sessions are often the longest, including the time needed to discover the material.

The "magic" of our method guarantees that, whatever time you can allocate to learning, harmony will be established between this time and the requests received to carry out the tests.

If the number of tests to be carried out becomes too large, you will naturally slow down your pace, which will reduce the demands. Our program will then gradually adjust the order of the words to learn to optimize your learning journey according to your availability.

We recommend spending at least 3 hours per week on this training for optimal results. The pace can be adjusted according to your availability.

The most important thing is to train daily and never interrupt your training sessions for more than 2 or 3 days.

The first results will be visible from the first sessions, especially if you start from scratch. You will quickly see your progress.

Do you use artificial intelligence in your courses?

We use AI to enhance our courses, making them more comprehensive, engaging, personalized, and interactive.

However, there is one thing we do not delegate to AI: the control of content relevance and pedagogy, which is determined language by language. Learning Finnish is not the same as learning Spanish, and a German learner will have different questions when learning Spanish compared to a French learner.

We currently use artificial intelligence for: 

  1. Pronunciation analysis: We use AI-powered voice analysis technologies to evaluate and correct users' pronunciation, helping them improve their accent with precision.
  2. Instant feedback: We use AI to provide immediate feedback on users' responses, helping them learn from their mistakes in real time.
  3. Allowing a broad and nuanced range of responses: AI enables us to recognize if an unexpected response is still correct. It helps us explain the nuance between the user's answer and the originally expected one.

Coming soon:

  1. More personalization: We will use AI to tailor lessons based on the user's progress and difficulties, offering personalized exercises to strengthen each learner's specific language skills.
  2. Interactive conversations: We will integrate learning chatbots to allow users to practice real-time conversations based on learned concepts and vocabulary, providing contextual corrections and suggestions.
Can talking to an AI help you learn a language on your own?

We've tested conversational AI apps for language learning, and they indeed serve as a great supplement to guided learning.

However, they are mostly beneficial for those who already have a basic proficiency in the language (at least six months of comprehensive learning).

For beginners, using them might slow down progress, as you might lack the reflexes provided by a structured method.

You can test this easily for yourself: you are likely to abandon the experiment after a few days.

To try this for free, download the ChatGPT app on your phone. By enabling "Microphone" mode, you can start a conversation in the language and topic of your choice, giving specific instructions like "correct me if I make a mistake." You can even ask the app to prepare a summary document of your errors at the end of your session.

Soon, for each of our courses, we will offer free "turnkey" instructions to relay to ChatGPT. This will allow you to test your acquired knowledge in realistic conditions at no extra cost.

It's the combination of these conversational tools with classic structured learning that will truly boost your learning.

The graph below shows the progression curves for different types of learning, helping us better understand this phenomenon.

Progression curves in language learning with AI compared with other methods

Are there plans to add new languages?

The program for adding new languages is set to resume soon:

  1. Sinhalese
  2. Tamil
  3. Swahili
  4. Amharic
  5. Kinyarwanda
  6. Filipino
  7. Slovenian
  8. Hausa
  9. Irish
  10. IsiZulu