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“WERDEN”, “WURDEN”, “WORDEN” OR “WÜRDEN”?

It is widespread for German students to get confused by the four German verbs “werden”, “wurden”, “worden” and “würden” repeatedly. This article clarifies their meaning and usage. What is the

Tutor app becomes your course assistant

Here at Tutor Team we strive to make your language learning experience smoother and efficient and best as it can be. No seriously, it's become an obsession. Now let's see

Articles in German: still a pain in the a***?

There is a good saying: one never learns German. It’s like an apartment renovation: you never finish it, you adjourn it! With all of the good intentions, one area of

A cup of tea or a coke? British English vs American English

Do you like biscuits or cookies? Do you wear trousers or pants? The English language exists in the form of its varieties. When people in other languages learn different synonyms

Next Step done!

Ready to share with you the results of our work for this new 3.3.0 version of Tutor Bot. What's new Every application starts with a registration. And this must be

Can design help you learn better? Yes, it can!

Do you think design is just a surface and a self-expression means? We think, design can do more. Let’s see how. What’s new in this version? The most important things

Tutor brings refreshments

If you follow me, and I hope you do, you’ve already tested out this version of Tutor Bot. Even if you didn’t, it’s alright. I am here to let you

2017 was awesome!!!

  Before setting off fireworks and welcoming the New Year, let’s sum up the year. 2017 was a very fruitful and a rapid year to pass. And I am just

Back from hard-working

Or what we’ve got for you I want to first apologize for such long silence. But this break was indeed very fruitful. We have worked quite hard, and expanded the

Why we have created a language learning chatbot

Why do we believe that you can learn a new language with Tutor? Well, she has partially proven its viability. You wonder how? Let’s go through this question together. The