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English Ear Game

English Ear Game for PC and MAC

Is a Educational game developed by KAZUYA KAMIOKA. The game is suitable for PEGI 3 and required Android version is Varies with device.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Educational game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
As an ESL intructor, I think this is good to build listening skills. It is also helpful and getting my Asian students to understand how to pronounce L and R. Very fun for my students. They like the race on the time clock.
This game giving something for your mind its mind game but I very intelligent for but this app I did not understand so thank you but plzz people install it you re minded thanks
The idea is awesome, but the recordinds are not that much well done and some are not only confusing but might teach someone wrong pronunciation. Don't get me wrong, I'm not raging over unsuccessful plays. I downloaded out of curiosity - I already have a C1 Cambridge certificate, and I do know the pronunciation of those words, as they classify for easy ones.
LとRの音の違いの認識を不得意とする多くのネイティブジャパニーズスピーカーにとって、それをトレーニングできる素晴らしいアプリだと思います。私は生粋のネイティブジャパニーズスピーカーですが、100問のうち2-3はエラーを出すものの毎回少なくても98%は正解できます。後からその部分を聞き返すと違いはハッキリ分かります。ネイティブイングリッシュスピーカーなら100%はとれると思います。但し、LとRの聞き分けができるからと言って英語耳が得られるとはならないことに注意したいところです。
About 2/3rds of my errors were due to the sound cutting out on the emphasis of either the L or R. It wasn't a regular problem, it was rather rare but frustrating to get that one word wrong based on a 50/50 guess just because I couldn't hear it.
First off, it would cut out. so i wouldn't hear the beginning of a word (ex. i would hear 'ong' and the choices are 'wrong' or 'long'.. Like wtf? Am i supposed to guess? Secondly, some of them had an accent, which would really confuse me. it made 'glow' sound exactly like 'grow' with the accent so i kept getting it wrong. Continuity counts you know. If i weren't native English i probably would have learned to say the same things different (ex. The 'L'in 'glass' sounded ALOT like an r. Sorry. Just my opinion