Top Rated Apps for Linguistics:
The scientific study of languages is called linguistic. Language form, language meaning, and language in context are the three aspects of linguistic. The person who studies languages termed as a linguist. Linguistic anthropology is the investigation of linguistic sources which leads to the discovery of certain cultural traits among a speech community.
Some of the apps for Linguistics are Linguistics Spotlight, Rosetta Stone® Kids Lingo Letter Sounds – English Reading and Spanish Speaking Ages 3 – 6, Text Analyzer – Find & extract data, frequency, parts of speech and linguistics and more
Linguistics is the scientific study of human language. Linguistics encompasses a number of sub-fields. An important topical division is between the study of language structure (grammar) and the study of meaning (semantics and pragmatics)
3Strike Language – Learn to identify common phrases in different languages:
Listen to a common phrase being spoken in one of 14 languages, then identify the language and phrase being spoken. Get as many correct as you can but get three wrong and the game is over.
Text Analyzer – Find & extract data, frequency, parts of speech and linguistics:
Text Analyzer is simple and feature rich application that allows you to calculate various useful statistics of a given text. It can extract and find different types of data(parts of speech, numbers, links, addresses e.t.c). You can also calculate count of words, characters, sentences, paragraphs e.t.c.
Audio/Visual Guide to Standard American Pronunciation:
The English language contains many words that are pronounced differently from the way they are spelled. For instance, can you pronounce these words with confidence:hegemony – inchoate – leitmotif – maitre ďhôtel – noblesse oblige – paradigm – potpourri? The Audio/Visual Guide to Standard American Pronunciation® contains these and 230 other words that are seen frequently in leading American newspapers, magazines and other publications.
Talking Tails brings to you an animated and educational variation of Checkers with a speech twist. The game is geared toward school-aged children with speech difficulties or typically-developing children for practice in saying their sounds.