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NEW! 📱English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App

NEW! 📱English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App

Hi, everyone. I’m Jennifer from English
with Jennifer, and I’m very excited to share a new language resource with you. I
know that one challenge in language learning is finding the time. Many of you
have busy schedules, so it’s not easy to fit long study sessions into your day. A
second challenge is building good study habits and keeping them. It would
certainly help to have reminders and know that a resource you chose was going to be useful and enjoyable. That’s why I’ve partnered with Digital
Crafthouse to create the English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App. This is like no other language learning app you’ve seen before. You know how to set an alarm and create reminders on your phone. Right? My app takes that concept to a whole new level. You can set wake-up alarms and reminders to build good study habits. You can learn a little English each day. I believe new habits can be formed if you combine them with your usual routine. For those of you
who are morning people and would like to start the day with a short lesson, select
“Wake up and learn!” For example, if you wake up at 7:30 each morning, you can set the alarm for 7:25. All you need is about four minutes to
learn a little English. My wake-up alarms are four minute audio tracks that play
at the time you set. I gently wake you up with soft music, and then I share a
language point. It’s not too intense. I designed each audio track to be light
and positive. Good morning. It’s a new day. Here’s an
expression. “To learn to the point.” It means to be concise. You don’t waste
words, and you focus on what’s most important. If you listen to the same alarm a few times, you’ll begin to internalize the lesson. The English with
Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App will help you listen, speak, and think
more in English. If you’re the type that needs to get up and go, you can set a
1-minute wake-up alarm. Again, I gently wake you up and then share a super short
audio lesson. All my alarms are clearly organized into categories, allowing you
to choose a specific skill or topic or letting the app choose a lesson at
random: vocabulary, pronunciation, conversation, or grammar. If you want to
study during the day, let’s say on your commute to work or school or on your
lunch break, you can set a study reminder. Again you can listen to an audio lesson
that’s long enough to be productive, but short enough to finish easily. Set a
reminder for the same time every day and build a new study habit. Little by little,
with my wake-up alarms and study reminders, you can boost your English. Want to know about two other cool
features of the English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App? You can set a wake-up alarm or a bedtime reminder for an English radio station. Imagine
that! You can gain exposure to English by listening to American, British, or
Australian radio stations. Pretty neat. Right? There’s also a text-to-voice
feature. You can type a reminder or a note for the day, like “Big meeting at
9. Prepare notes.” Then the message will be read out just before the selected
audio plays. The app isn’t meant to be a full English
language course, but it’s also much more than a cute, entertaining app. It’s the
solution you need if you want to increase the amount of English you hear
and become more confident in English. The app helps you build good study habits. Regular listening and regular studying will help you meet your goals. Anyone who’s followed me for a while knows that I’m accessible to my learners. This is
my app, and I’ve designed it for you. It means I’ll be listening to your feedback
as I work with the developer to improve the app and create new audio lessons.
Here’s the best part. The English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder app is free. Download it and get a set of audio tracks for free. You’ll also get easy access to public radio stations. Additional audio lessons can be
purchased in the app. Your in-app purchases will support my work and help
me continue to add more lessons. If you’re an intermediate or advanced
student of English, my alarm clock and reminder app is an easy way to work
language practice into your daily routine. Set wake-up alarms and study
reminders to practice English on a regular basis. Use my audio lessons to
study conversation, vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar. Let my app
help you build good study habits. Regular listening and speaking will increase your comprehension, fluency, and confidence in English. I’ve had the
pleasure of inviting some students to test the app. Here’s what they’re saying. The Android version of the app is
available in Google Play. You can download it and set your first study
reminder for today. You can set your first wake-up alarm for tomorrow morning. iOS users will be able to enjoy the app in January of 2020. I’m excited to offer
you this unique resource. Please download the English with Jennifer Alarm Clock
& Reminder App, and let’s get you to your goals one track at a time. As always,
thanks for watching and happy studies!

33 comments on “NEW! 📱English with Jennifer Alarm Clock & Reminder App

  1. I red some English articals and they say there are 4 levels of English pitch: 1-Low Pitch,2- Neutral Pitch, 3-High Pitch and 4-Extra High Pitch.the two examples :lo LO lo,re re RE.I guess LO and RE are the 3-High Pitch,but I am so struggling that lo lo re re are 1-Low Pitch or 2- Neutral Pitch.let me try to describe more details : the word "intonation" ,the stressed syllables na is 3-High Pitch but what about the unstressed in and ton and tion syllables, they should be 1-Low Pitch or 2- Neutral Pitch. My question is :what time is the 1-Low Pitch or the 2- Neutral Pitch for the syllable ? And the sentence :it's the first day of thirty days American accent challenge and I feel really great .which syllables should be 1-Low Pitch or 2- Neutral Pitch. I feel like it's a stupid question,but I think I got stuck here.If you could help ,that would be really great and grateful.

  2. Hi Jennifer. You right, every day a bit is better than sporadically learn English a big chunk of vocabulary. I'm catching up on your lesson at midnight after a heavy day and Christmas dinner. It was a beautiful cool evening just 21-21 deg. C, that is 70-72 F.

    Wishing you a Very Merry Christmas, full of joeys and a peaceful holiday with a hope for a better New Year 2020 than you have had ever. We are looking for great English learning in the coming year with fresh energy and full of optimism, fluency, and jokes. Yes, I'm often listening in the bed the 2GB radio about the country events and that the Aussie says is 'bloody good.'

  3. Hi Jennifer this Year was Very important to me
    Your vídeos help me a Lot thank you só much
    I wish you and your family merry Christmas and happy New Year 😉🇧🇷

  4. hello ma'am
    Merry christmas🌲🌲☃️☃️🌺🌺💐
    ma'am, would u pls give me my 'christmas present 'by clearing my doubt plss
    1) Is this sentence correct?
    "We are not on speaking terms for days."( can we use present tense with for+time period,)???

    2) we can use COULD for present or future possibility when we are not sure . Could is not always used for past.

    3)" I havent seen him since I AM BACK". ( Can we use since +present tense??)
    Am i correct ma'am??

    4) It is written or it has been written or it was written??
    plss answer ma'am

    (i am so sorry for so many questions ma'am but i really want to know about them

  5. thank u for replying ma'am
    waiting for ur live on Hallo tv
    till then i have made my corrections , would u mind telling me if i have done it correctly??
    1) We havent been on speaking terms for years.
    2)I havent seen him since i have been back.
    3)Cant u see it?? It is written here. (written is adjective here)
    it has been written here (written = verb)
    Are these 👆sentences and explanation correct??

  6. Hello' Jennifer!! merry Christmas and a Happy New year!!
    I have downloaded this app immediately after watching your post.

  7. Hi ma'am
    I missed your live on hallo becoz i didnt get any notification.😓
    would u mind answering my doubts here?😢
    1) would u pls tell me "can we use wish + would have and wish +could have
    "i wish u would have gone there"
    "i wish u could have been there.,"

    2) Is this sentence correct?
    "i met someone who is sad"(present and past both in a sentence)
    3) wish + would /could is used for a present/future situation that is not going to happen but we want them to happen. (Am i right ??)

    pls answer ma'am ( i saved them for ur live but i missed it)
    pls answer

  8. thank u so much for replying ma'am
    thank u so much for your patience
    ma'am , my grammar book(raymund murphy) says that we cant use 'would have' after 'wish'
    like- "i wish i had gone there."(we cant use" would have gone")
    but u said yes to it ,
    i am totally confused.
    plss answer

  9. wow ma'am😍The links u gave were so useful for english learners.
    I really want to hug u and say 'thank u'
    Ma'am, u said these patterns are NON STANDARD.
    so, can we say 'would+have ' is an informal usage ? And in exams we should try to stick to the rules given in grammar book??
    And if it is an informal usage, then
    "I wish i would have gone there."(INFORMALLY)
    "I wish i had gone there."(in FORMAL situation)
    If my conclusions 👆are correct??
    plss answer ma'am

  10. Hi ma'am
    U have an amazing list of videos.
    Btw I am new here and keen to learn English.
    Would u solve my doubt here
    Which sentence is correct??
    And if we can use it formally or informally?
    (Please mention)
    "Because of them doing hard work, we are here."
    "Because of their doing hard work , we are here."
    Please reply😊

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