The original interactive app that allows you to learn Romanian quickly and efficiently.
Simple, intuitively and elegantly designed, Fun Easy Learn redefines the way Romanian is learned as a foreign language. It’s the best choice both for those who learn better visually and for those who are more responsive to auditive learning.
Learn Romanian 6,000 Words app is available totally free of charge. There is no catch and you have unrestricted access to the entire 6,000-word vocabulary. Just click the above Google Play Store – Free Download button.
Our app avails a vocabulary of 6,000 words for you to learn Romanian free. They are not randomly chosen, but carefully selected and logically categorized into more than 140 thematic topics.
For each word, you have the Romanian word in print, its professional translation into your native language, word pronunciation and an accompanying image illustrating that word in a descriptive manner.
While other apps for learning Romanian may be restricted to a limited number of thematic topics, our software comprises 140 topics covering a wide range of everyday situations.
There are 3 levels of difficulty, for beginners, intermediate learners, and advanced students. The Beginner level comprises 1,000 words of vocabulary. After mastering these, the Intermediate level unlocks, giving you access to another 2,000 words. Finally, upon completion of the Intermediate level, the Advanced level will unlock with yet a further 3,000 words.
Our learning games are not only unique, but also make language learning a lot of fun. There is a wide variety of games available, ranging from “Vocabulary” to “Match Words”, “Write Word”, “Listen & Choose” and many others.
Learning Romanian vocabulary is even more fun if you can do so in an entertaining manner. Our app can choose a topic, sub-topic and associated learning game at random by way of a “Spin Categories” feature.
All the words of the app were translated in the following languages: English, Turkish, Korean, Russian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Thai, Ukrainian, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Polish, Italian, Japanese, Hindi, Indonesian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Greek, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese etc. So you can choose your native language in order to learn Romanian.
Great Excellent for learning a general vocabulary of words with meaning, pronunciation and spelling. Recommended!
Been learning for years and still came across words I didnt know yet even at the beginner level, when on other apps easy levels only cover very basic words. I like that you dont have to pay to unlock harder levels, as with every other app ive tried. The mixture of games helps me remember the words better. It would be nice to see games to work on my spoken romanian as well as just written. Overall great app.
So great So much fun, easy to use, no problems, and so educational. Best app I’ve found for learning Romanian.
At first glance it might not be all too obvious why anyone would opt to learn Romanian as a foreign language. But if we are exploring a little deeper, several reasons will emerge why this is actually not such an unusual idea. Today, Romanian is spoken as a native language by approximately 24 million people, primarily in Romania and Moldova and, to a lesser extent, in certain areas of Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece and Serbia.
Additionally, another four million use it as a second language, with speakers scattered across many countries, including Italy, Albania, Spain, Ukraine, United States, Canada, Russia, Israel, Portugal, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and numerous others. Modern Romania emerged as a democracy when the Soviet-dominated Eastern Bloc broke up in the late 1980s and has since made gigantic strides towards becoming an economic powerhouse. This development is likely to continue into the future as Romania’s importance as an international trading partner develops further. As a result, many companies will be in dire need of Romanian-speaking staff – and now is the time to jump on the bandwagon if you’re harboring career dreams of joining an exclusive club of linguists.
Also not to be overlooked is the fact that Romanian surprisingly belongs to the Romance language group, which means it is closely related to Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and French. If you have already picked up Romanian it will be comparatively easy to subsequently also learn any of these other languages. From a logical sense it would therefore make sense to start out with the “more unusual” language before moving on to the “more common” ones.