New courses alert: brush up your Italian and Portuguese!


We’re excited to announce that we have new Italian and Portuguese courses available. Check them out on our website or app and explore what’s new! Here are just a few things our new courses have to offer…

Cultural Tips

One of the best things about learning a language is being able to tap into a new culture or see familiar things through a different lens. Our new courses will give you a closer insight into the Italian and Brazilian “way of (expressing) life”. Look out for tips on the use of language and culture throughout the courses!

Grammar Rules

We promise! Our new grammar units are a unique way of keeping all the nuts and bolts of your new language firmly together. It only takes 10 minutes a day to keep your learning going – and with our fun, interactive units you’ll be able to muster the motivation.

Our redesigned courses are much clearer, with a look and feel that lets you personalise your learning journey. You can prioritise the vocabulary, grammar, and topics you’re most interested in.

Support Networks

As always, our community of native speakers are on hand to help you out – and with our new Conversations exercises you can easily practise speaking and listening with them.

On top of this, our excellent in-house language experts have carefully constructed each course to make sure you’re getting the best out of your learning. We’ve broken everything down into fun, interactive units.

What’s next?

We’re always on a mission to keep improving, so our updates don’t stop here. Our team is working hard to create End of Level tests with McGraw-Hill Education certificates, so you can celebrate all your achievements! They’re also creating placement tests so users can start learning at their correct level. And more new grammar units. You know you want (or at least need) them!

So, remember, keep checking back for more exciting news and updates.



Juliana is the Head of Research and Senior Portuguese Language Expert. She was born in Minas Gerais in Brazil where she studied Social Communication and Journalism. Later she studied Portuguese Literature and Language and did an MA in Digital Media, Culture and Education and another one in Management. When she’s not studying, she loves dogs, travelling and dancing! Her favourite food is pão de queijo (that’s Brazilian cheese balls if you didn’t already know!)


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