Using LearnPractice.com in Your Educational Activities

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What is LearnPractice.com?

The best way to experience LearnPractice.com is to sign up for a free student account and try out the sample exercises.

How can you benefit from LearnPractice.com?

A new, exciting study experience for your existing students

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Get insight into the language capabilities of your students

Reach prospective students for offline activities

Earn royalties by offering your exercises to online visitors worldwide.

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Who operates LearnPractice.com?

LearnPractice.com is developed and operated by
Aydos Management Consulting BVBA
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3600 Genk Belgium
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How does LearnPractice.com work?

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Fig.1 - In your profile page, you can select one or more categories and take a personalized quiz of 20 exercises.

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What types of questions are possible in LearnPractice.com?

Here are the screen shots of the possible question types in LearnPractice.com.

Fill in the Blank Questions
Fig.2 - Fill in the Blank Questions. In this example, you have to conjugate the adjective.
Questions with Short Answers
Fig.3 - Questions with Short Answers. Used for exercises like Dutch translation of an English word or the plural of a Dutch noun.
Questions with One Sentence Answers
Fig.4 - Questions with One Sentence Answers. In this type of exercises, you have to conjugate the verb according to the given tense and the person form, and then put it in the right place in the sentence.
Multiple Choice Questions
Fig.5 - Multiple Choice Questions. Perfect when the possible answers of a question are limited, such as the article of a noun.
Combined Multiple Choice Questions
Fig.6 - Combined Multiple Choice Questions. This type of questions are more difficult than the multiple choice questions, because you have to select the right answer in both lists and there are more options in the lists. However, they are still easier than the questions with one sentence answers, because the verbs are already conjugated and put in the right place in the sentence.

Contact LearnPractice.com to Start a Joint Project

Starting a joint project with LearnPractice.com is a simple decision. With the transparent and free trial periods, you have complete knowledge of what to expect from the system.

Email info@learnpractice.com or use the contact form to explore the possibility of a collaboration with LearnPractice.com.

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Published on Friday, October 25, 2013

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