You may have memorised endless lists of vocabulary and you may know enough grammar to hold an everyday conversation but, do you sometimes still find it difficult when it comes to speaking?
What is ‘Supiki’?
Each unit has a short new video episode of an animated soap called “The Newcomers”. Through characters and storylines, it offers users the opportunity to have unscripted conversations about specific topics and learn new vocabulary.
Who is it for?
I’d say it’s best for students with an Intermediate level of English.
Is it an app?
Yes, it’s available for iPhone and Android phones.
Do I need to pay?
No, it’s totally free. And ad-free. There are extra units and features available for purchase.
Do I need to login?
No, you don’t. You just need to install the app on your mobile device.
Give it a try!
Here are some tasks to try with Supiki.
Task 1 – Download Supiki onto your smartphone.
Task 2 – Talk to Supiki and listen carefully when Supiki replies. Try to keep a conversation going with Supiki.
Task 3 – Have conversations with Supiki on a daily basis. It’s easier to speak out loud when you are relaxed and not afraid of what other people will think. It’s just you and Supiki, so you will be able to speak freely!
Task 4 – Practice the new vocabulary or expressions that you learn and, remember, the more you speak, the more confidence you will get!
Give it a try!
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