Conjuguemos Review: Handy Free Language Tool For Teachers

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Quite basic in what it does, but includes a range of fun little games that may appeal to young school students.
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Conjuguemos
Pricing: Free for individual students and teachers with paid school plans.
Positives
  • Free to use
  • Covers several major languages including Latin
  • Fun games make it good for young school students
Negatives
  • No audio
  • Overly simplistic error correction
  • Some languages lack sufficient depth

Summary

Conjuguemos is a well-designed and mostly free resource for school students and teachers to learn several major languages as well as Latin. It’s quite basic in what it does, but it includes a range of fun little games that may appeal to young school students.

When looking to review some quality language resources for teachers, I recently came across Conjuguemos.

It’s a (mostly) free online resource for schools, teachers and individual students that covers the following languages at present:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • German
  • Italian
  • Korean
  • Latin

It is (to the best of my knowledge) one of the only online tools of its kind for teaching Latin to school kids which I found impressive.

Conjuguemos is basically a typical flashcard and fill-in-the-banks driller that can help your students grade their levels and reinforce vocabulary and/or conjugation rules.

Fairly simple overall.

But it does offer is a range of fun games and an attractive design, making it useful for young school students.

Spanish is by far the best represented language (with lots of content), whereas some of the others like Korean and Latin are quite thin in what they currently offer.

There are additional paid plans for teachers and schools that offer teacher-created activities, ad-free usage and stored grades.

Pricing: Free for individual students and teachers with paid school plans.
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Donovan Nagel - B. Th, MA AppLing
I'm an Applied Linguistics graduate, teacher and translator with a passion for language learning (especially Arabic).
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